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Carlos Marincovich #
SportsOlympic: start stub {{short description|Argentine racing driver}} {{Expand Spanish}} {{Infobox person | name = Carlos Marincovich | image = Carlos Marincovich 1970s.jpg | caption = | birth_name = | birth_date = {{Birth date|1943|7|3|df=y}} | birth_place = [[Arrecifes]], Argentina | death_date = {{death date and age|2021|6|7|1943|7|3|df=y}} | death_place = [[Buenos Aires]], Argentina | monuments = | residence = | nationality = Argentine | occupation = racing driver | known_for = | relatives = | awards = }} '''Carlos Marincovich''' (3 July 1943 – 7 June 2021) was an Argentine racing driver between 1953 and 2006. He competed among ohters in the [[Turismo Nacional]], [[1967 Buenos Aires Grand Prix]], [[1968 Buenos Aires Grand Prix]] and [[1971 Argentine Grand Prix]].<ref name=auto>[https://www.clarin.com/deportes/murio-carlos-marincovich-legendario-piloto-turismo-carretera_0_uLiqaxOnX.html Murió Carlos Marincovich, legendario piloto del Turismo Carretera]</ref> Marincovich died in Buenos Aires on 7 June 2021, aged 77, from COVID-19.<ref name=auto /> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Marincovich, Carlos}} [[Category:Argentine racing drivers]] [[Category:1943 births]] [[Category:2021 deaths]] [[Category:People from Arrecifes]] [[Category:Deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina]] {{Argentina-bio-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlos_Marincovich

Phreodrilidae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of annelids belonging to th...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Phreodrilidae |authority = }} '''Phreodrilidae''' is a family of [[annelids]] belonging to the order [[Haplotaxida]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Phreodrilidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/3571 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> ==Genera== {{Expand section|date=June 2021}} Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Antarctodrilus]]'' <small>Brinkhurst, 1965</small> * ''[[Astacopsidrilus]]'' <small>Goddard, 1909</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q5166111}} [[Category:Haplotaxida]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phreodrilidae

MDMAR #
Meodipt: {{drugbox | drug_name = 3',4'-Methylenedioxy-4-methylaminorex | image = MD4MAR_structure.png | legal_UK = | legal_DE = | C = 11 | H = 12 | N = 2 | O = 3 | IUPAC_name = 5-(2H-1,3-Benzodioxol-5-yl)-4-methyl-4,5-dihydro-1,3-oxazol-2-amine | CAS_number = 1445573-16-9 | ChemSpiderID = | PubChem = | UNII = | smiles = NC1=NC(C(O1)c1ccc2c(c1)OCO2)C | StdInChI = 1S/C11H12N2O3/c1-6-10(16-11(12)13-6)7-2-3-8-9(4-7)15-5-14-8/h2-4,6,10H,5H2,1H3,(H2,12,13) | StdInChIKey = JFKNBDXNCLMRPL-UHFFFAOYSA-N }} '''3',4'-Methylenedioxy-4-methylaminorex''' ('''MDMAR''') is a recreational [[designer drug]] from the substituted [[aminorex]] family, with monoamine releasing effects.<ref>McLaughlin G, Morris N, Kavanagh PV, Power JD, Twamley B, O'Brien J, Talbot B, Dowling G, Mahony O, Brandt SD, Patrick J, Archer RP, Partilla JS, Baumann MH. Synthesis, characterization, and monoamine transporter activity of the new psychoactive substance 3',4'-methylenedioxy-4-methylaminorex (MDMAR). ''Drug Test Anal''. 2015 Jul;7(7):555-64. {{doi|10.1002/dta.1732}} {{pmid|25331619</ref><ref>Zawilska JB, Andrzejczak D. Next generation of novel psychoactive substances on the horizon – A complex problem to face. ''Drug Alcohol Depend'' 2015; 157: 1-17. {{doi|10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2015.09.030}}</ref><ref>Maier J, Mayer FP, Brandt SD, Sitte HH. DARK Classics in Chemical Neuroscience: Aminorex Analogues. ''ACS Chem Neurosci''. 2018 Oct 17;9(10):2484-2502. {{doi|10.1021/acschemneuro.8b00415}} {{pmid|30269490}}</ref> == See also == * [[2C-B-aminorex]] * [[4,4'-DMAR]] * [[4'-Fluoro-4-methylaminorex]] * [[5-MAPB]] * [[MDMA]] * [[List of aminorex analogues]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Designer drugs]] {{pharm-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MDMAR

Porinidae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of bryozoans belonging to t...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Porinidae |authority = }} '''Porinidae''' is a family of [[bryozoans]] belonging to the order [[Cheilostomatida]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Porinidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/6013 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Cyphonella]]'' <small>Koschinsky, 1885</small> * ''[[Gastropella]]'' <small>Canu & Bassler, 1917</small> * ''[[Haswelliporina]]'' <small>Gordon & d'Hondt, 1997</small> * ''[[Mosaicoporina]]'' <small>Gordon & d'Hondt, 1997</small> * ''[[Porina (bryozoan)|Porina]]'' <small>d'Orbigny, 1852</small> * ''[[Semihaswellia]]'' <small>Canu & Bassler, 1917</small> * ''[[Tremotoichos]]'' <small>Canu & Bassler, 1917</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q4173451}} [[Category:Cheilostomatida]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porinidae

Proboscidactylidae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of cnidarians belonging to...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Proboscidactylidae |authority = }} '''Proboscidactylidae''' is a family of [[cnidarians]] belonging to the order [[Anthoathecata]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Proboscidactylidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/5173 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> Genera:<ref name="ITIS">{{cite web |title=ITIS Standard Report Page: Proboscidactylidae |url=https://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=50810 |website=www.itis.gov |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> * ''[[Pochella]]'' <small>Hartlaub, 1917</small> * ''[[Proboscidactyla]]'' <small>Brandt, 1835</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q2111561}} [[Category:Hydrozoa]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proboscidactylidae

Mildred June #
Victuallers: /* References */ tidy {{Infobox person | name = Mildred June | image = Mildred June The Blue Book of the Screen.jpg | image_size = | caption = | birth_name = | birth_date = December 23, 1905 | birth_place = [[St. Louis]] | death_date = June 19, 1940 | death_place = [[Hollywood]] | death_cause = | other_names = | known_for = acting and early death from alcoholism | education = | employer = | occupation = actor | spouse = | partner = | children = | parents = | relatives = | signature = | website = | footnotes = | nationality = [[United States of America]] }} '''Mildred June''' (December 23, 1905 – June 19, 1940) was an American actress appearing in silent films. She also co-writer of a 1927 film. She died young from alcoholism. ==Life== June was born in [[St. Louis]] in 1905.<ref name=actr/> She was an American actress appearing in silent films. June starred in [[Troubles of a Bride]] in 1924 with [[Robert Agnew]] and [[Alan Hale]].<ref>{{Cite web|title=AFI{{!}}Catalog|url=https://catalog.afi.com/Film/12860-TROUBLES-OF-A-BRIDE|access-date=2021-06-14|website=catalog.afi.com}}</ref> and in the similarly themed ''[[Matrimony Blues]]'' in 1926 with [[Lige Conley]]. The following year she starred in ''[[The Snarl of Hate]]'' and she was co-writer of the 1927 film ''Crazy to Act''.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Mildred June {{!}} Hollywood Forever %|url=https://hollywoodforever.com/story/mildred-june/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Hollywood Forever|language=en-US}}</ref> in which she also starred.<ref>{{Citation|title=Filmszínésznő leszek|url=https://port.hu/adatlap/film/tv/filmszineszno-leszek-crazy-to-act/movie-44725|language=hu|access-date=2021-06-14}}</ref> Her last part in a film was a small one in ''[[Our Relations]]'' which starred [[Laurel and Hardy]] in 1936.<ref name="actr">{{Cite web|last=|first=|last2=|last3=|last4=|last5=|last6=|first6=|title=Mildred June ~ The Alcoholic Bathing Beauty|url=http://www.classicactresses.org/2016/11/mildred-june-bathing-beauty.html|url-status=live|access-date=2021-06-14|language=en}}</ref> She died young from alcoholism in [[Hollywood]] in 1940 from cirrhosis of the liver.<ref name=actr/> ==References== {{reflist}} {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:June, Mildred}} [[Category:1905 births]] [[Category:1940 deaths]] [[Category:People from St. Louis]] [[Category:Actors]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mildred_June

Problognathia #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Speciesbox | image = | image_caption = | genus = {{subst:PAGENAME}} | parent_authority = Sterrer & Farris, 1975 | species = minima | authority = Sterrer & Fa...' {{Speciesbox | image = | image_caption = | genus = Problognathia | parent_authority = Sterrer & Farris, 1975 | species = minima | authority = Sterrer & Farris, 1975 }} '''''Problognathia''''' is a [[monotypic genus]] of [[worm]]s belonging to the monotypic family [[Problognathiidae]]. The only species is '''''Problognathia minima'''''.<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Problognathia Sterrer & Farris, 1975-19 |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/2307217 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> The species is found in [[Bermuda]].<ref name="GBIF" /> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from1=Q2338423|from2=Q2337991}} [[Category:Platyzoa]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Problognathia

Osvaldo Gonella #
SportsOlympic: typo {{short description|Argentine roller hockey player}} {{Infobox person | name = Osvaldo Gonella | image = | caption = | birth_name = Osvaldo Gonella Castro | birth_date = {{Birth date|1967|9|30|df=y}} | birth_place = [[San Martín, Mendoza]], Argentina | death_date = {{death date and age|2021|6|9|1967|9|30|df=y}} | death_place = [[Villa Mercedes]], Argentina | monuments = | residence = | nationality = Argentine | occupation = roller hockey player | known_for = | relatives = | awards = }} '''Osvaldo Gonella Castro''' (30 September 1967 – 9 June 2021) was an Argentine roller hockey player and manager. He played for several club from the 1980s and 2004. As a member of the [[Argentina national roller hockey team]] he won the bronze medal at the 1991 World Championships.<ref name=auto>[https://www.infovercelli24.it/2021/06/10/leggi-notizia/argomenti/cronaca-10/articolo/hockey-in-lutto-addio-a-osvaldo-gonella-ucciso-dal-covid-a-53-anni.html Hockey in lutto: addio a Osvaldo Gonella, ucciso dal covid a 53 anni]</ref> Gonella died in Villa Mercedes, on 9 June 2021, aged 53, from COVID-19.<ref name=auto /> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Gonella, Osvaldo}} [[Category:Argentine roller hockey players]] [[Category:1967 births]] [[Category:2021 deaths]] [[Category:People from Mendoza Province]] [[Category:Deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina]] [[Category:Competitors at the 1991 Pan American Games]] {{Argentina-bio-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osvaldo_Gonella

Guillaume Favre #
Arkelin: {{Short description|Swiss historian}} [[File:Villa La Grange.jpg|thumb|The Villa La Grange, location of the Guillaume Favre library]] '''Guillaume Favre''' ( 1770 – 14 February 1851) was a Swiss [[scholar]], bibliophile and politician from the city of [[Geneva]]. He was the son of the Swiss merchant François Favre (1736-1814) and Marguerite Favre-Fuzier-Cayla. He was born in [[Marseille]], [[France]] and returned with the family in 1792 to Geneva. Since 1800 François Favre owned the domaine of ''[[Parc La Grange|La Grange]]'' in ''Eaux-Vives'' near Geneva.<ref>Favre, Edouard: ''Guillaume Favre 1770–1851. Un érudit genevois.'' Geneva 1940.</ref> Guillaume Favre studied in Marseille, Geneva and [[Paris]] archaeology and mineralogy. He created a rich geological collection and the famous [[library]] in the villa ''La Grange''.<ref>Rouiller, Jean-Luc: ''La bibliothèque de La Grange.'' Geneva 2011.</ref> He published some books on historical and philological themes. He was member of the board of Genevas city library and the founder of several associations, as the ''Société de lecture'' of Geneva and the ''Société d’histoire et d’archéologie de Genève''. He supportad the research of the French linguist [[François Just Marie Raynouard]] and of the German biblical scholar [[Constantin von Tischendorf]]. In 1811 Guillaume Favre married Catherine Bertrand (1783–1841). They had three children, [[Alphonse Favre|Alphonse]], geologist, Edmond (1812-1880) and Emilie (1824-). A [[portrait]] of Guillaume Favre is part of the Geneva ''[[Musée d'Art et d'Histoire (Geneva)|Musée d'Art et d'Histoire]]'' collection.<ref>[https://collections.geneve.ch/mah/oeuvre/portrait-de-guillaume-favre-dans-sa-bibliotheque/lg-0522 Portrait de Guillaume Favre dans sa bibliothèque], [[Musée d'Art et d'Histoire (Geneva)|Musée d'Art et d'Histoire]], Geneva.</ref><ref>Deonna, Waldemar: ''Le legs Guillaume Favre au Musée d’art et d’histoire.'' Geneva 1943.</ref> == References == <references /> {{DEFAULTSORT:Favre, Guillaume}} [[Category:1770 births]] [[Category:1851 deaths]] [[Category:People from Geneva]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guillaume_Favre

Prismatolaimidae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of nematodes belonging to t...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Prismatolaimidae |authority = }} '''Prismatolaimidae''' is a family of [[nematodes]] belonging to the order [[Enoplida]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Prismatolaimidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/2577 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Cyathonchus]]'' <small>Cobb, 1933</small> * ''[[Limonchulus]]'' <small>Andrássy, 1963</small> * ''[[Odontolaimus]]'' <small>Micoletzky, 1922</small> * ''[[Onchulus]]'' <small>Cobb, 1920</small> * ''[[Paronchulus]]'' <small>Altherr, 1972</small> * ''[[Prismatolaimus]]'' <small>de Man, 1880</small> * ''[[Pseudonchulus]]'' * ''[[Stenonchulus]]'' <small>W.Schneider, 1940</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q5236382}} [[Category:Nematode families]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prismatolaimidae

Mary Kini Lifu #
Sczipo: new page: Mary Kini Lifu {{short description|Solomon Islands weightlifter}} {{Infobox sportsperson | name = Mary Kini Lifu | image = | image_size = | caption = | birth_name = | nationality = {{SOL}} | residence = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|df=yes|1994|10|15}} | birth_place = [[Honiara]], [[Solomon Islands]] | height = {{height|m=1.49}} | weight = {{cvt|53|kg}} | country = | sport = Weightlifting | event = -53 kg | turnedpro = | coach = | worlds = | regionals = | nationals = | olympics = | highestranking = | pb = | medaltemplates = {{MedalSport | Women's [[Olympic weightlifting|Weightlifting]]}} {{MedalCountry | {{SOL}} }} {{MedalCompetition|[[Pacific Games]]}} {{MedalGold| [[Weightlifting at the 2019 Pacific Games|2019 Apia]] | -55 kg}} {{MedalSilver| [[Weightlifting at the 2015 Pacific Games|2015 Port Moresby]] | -53 kg}} }} '''Mary Kini Lifu''' (born 15 October 1994 in [[Honiara]], [[Solomon Islands]]) is [[Solomons Island]]er [[Olympic weightlifting|weightlifter]]. She qualified to the [[2020 Summer Olympics]] at the [[Weightlifting at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Women's 55 kg|women's 55 kg category]]. <ref>{{Cite web|title = Two Female Weightlifters Selected for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games |url = https://sports.islesmedia.net/two-female-weightlifters-selected-for-the-tokyo-2020-olympic-games/|website = sports.islesmedia.net|date= 29 May 2021| access-date = 14 June 2021}}</ref> She won silver medal at the [[Weightlifting at the 2015 Pacific Games|2015 Pacific Games]] in 53 kg weight category.<ref>{{Cite web|title = PM Sogavare with weightlifters Jenly Tegu Wini and Mary Kini Lifu. Ms Wini snatched 3 gold medals whilst Ms Lifu secured two silver medals. |url = https://www.sibconline.com.sb/pm-sogavare-with-weightlifters-jenly-tegu-wini-and-mary-kini-lifu-ms-wini-snatched-3-gold-medals-whilst-ms-lifu-secured-two-silver-medals/ |website = www.sibconline.com.sb |date= 26 July 2015| access-date = 14 June 2021}}</ref> In 2018 she competed at the [[Commonwealth Games]], finishing ninth in [[Weightlifting at the 2018 Commonwealth Games – Women's 53 kg|the women's 53 kg event]] on the [[2018 Commonwealth Games|Gold Coast]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://results.gc2018.com/en/weightlifting/result-women-s-53kg-fnl-000100-.htm|title=Women's 53kg Weightlifting Results|access-date=2021-06-14}}</ref> In 2019 she won the gold medal at the [[Weightlifting at the 2019 Pacific Games|2019 Pacific Games]] in 55 kg weight category.<ref>{{Cite web|title = Fiji celebrate double rugby league nines gold as history made at Samoa 2019 |url = https://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1081825/pacific-games-rugby-league-nines-finals |website = .insidethegames.biz |date= 9 July 2019| access-date = 14 June 2021}}</ref> ==Major results== {|class = "wikitable" style="text-align:center;" ! rowspan=2 width=40|Year ! rowspan=2 width=250|Venue ! rowspan=2 width=60|Weight !colspan=5| Snatch (kg) !colspan=5| Clean & Jerk (kg) !rowspan=2 width=40| Total !rowspan=2 width=40| Rank |- ! width=40|1!! width=40|2!! width=40|3!! width=40|Result!! width=40|Rank!! width=40|1!! width=40|2!! width=40|3!! width=40|Result!! width=40|Rank |- ! colspan=15|Representing {{SOL}} |- ! colspan=15|[[World Weightlifting Championships|World Championships]] |- |[[2019 World Weightlifting Championships|2019]] || align=left| {{flagicon|THA}} [[Pattaya]], [[Thailand]] || [[2019 World Weightlifting Championships – Women's 55 kg|55 kg]] ||70||74||'''77'''||'''77'''||'''32'''||<s>85</s>||'''85'''||<s>89</s>||'''85'''||'''37'''||'''162'''||'''36''' |- ! colspan=15|Oceania Championships |- |[[2019 Oceania Weightlifting Championships|2019]] || align=left| {{flagicon|SAM}} [[Apia]], [[Samoa]] || 55&nbsp;kg ||70||'''73'''||<s>75</s>||'''73'''||'''{{Gold1}}'''||86||'''89'''||<s>92</s>||'''89'''||'''{{Gold1}}'''||'''162'''||'''{{Gold1}}''' |- |[[2018 Oceania Weightlifting Championships|2018]] || align=left| {{flagicon|NCL}} [[Le Mont-Dore (New Caledonia)|Mont-Dore]], [[New Caledonia]] || 53&nbsp;kg ||65||70||'''74'''||'''74'''||'''{{Gold1}}'''||85||<s>89</s>||'''89'''||'''89'''||'''{{Silver2}}'''||'''163'''||'''{{Silver2}}''' |- |[[2017 Oceania Weightlifting Championships|2017]] || align=left| {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Gold Coast, Queensland|Gold Coast]], [[Australia]] || 53&nbsp;kg ||'''68'''||<s>72</s>||<s>72</s>||'''68'''||'''{{Bronze3}}'''||<s>88</s>||'''88'''||<s>92</s>||'''88'''||'''{{Bronze3}}'''||'''156'''||'''{{Bronze3}}''' |- |[[2016 Oceania Weightlifting Championships|2016]] || align=left| {{flagicon|FIJ}} [[Suva]], [[Fiji]] || 53&nbsp;kg ||<s>65</s>||'''65'''||<s>72</s>||'''65'''||'''{{Silver2}}'''||<s>85</s>||'''85'''||<s>90</s>||'''85'''||'''{{Silver2}}'''||'''150'''||'''{{Silver2}}''' |- |[[2015 Oceania Weightlifting Championships|2015]] || align=left| {{flagicon|PNG}} [[Port Moresby]], [[Papua New Guinea]] || 53&nbsp;kg ||62||'''63'''||<s>67</s>||'''63'''||'''{{Silver2}}'''||78||<s>85</s>||'''85'''||'''85'''||'''{{Bronze3}}'''||'''148'''||'''{{Silver2}}''' |- ! colspan=15|[[Weightlifting at the Commonwealth Games|Commonwealth Games]] |- |[[Weightlifting at the 2018 Commonwealth Games|2018]] || align=left| {{flagicon|AUS}} [[Gold Coast, Queensland|Gold Coast]], [[Australia]] || [[Weightlifting at the 2018 Commonwealth Games – Women's 53 kg|53 kg]] ||65||70||'''73'''||'''73'''||10||85||90||'''93'''||'''93'''||9||'''166'''||'''9''' |- ! colspan=15|[[Weightlifting at the Pacific Games|Pacific Games]] |- |[[Weightlifting at the 2019 Pacific Games|2019]] || align=left| {{flagicon|SAM}} [[Apia]], [[Samoa]] || 55&nbsp;kg ||70||'''73'''||<s>75</s>||'''73'''||'''{{Gold1}}'''||86||'''89'''||<s>92</s>||'''89'''||'''{{Gold1}}'''||'''162'''||'''{{Gold1}}''' |- |[[Weightlifting at the 2015 Pacific Games|2015]] || align=left| {{flagicon|PNG}} [[Port Moresby]], [[Papua New Guinea]] || 53&nbsp;kg ||62||'''63'''||<s>67</s>||'''63'''||'''{{Silver2}}'''||78||<s>85</s>||'''85'''||'''85'''||'''{{Bronze3}}'''||'''148'''||'''{{Silver2}}''' |} ==References== {{reflist}} == External links == * [https://results.gc2018.com/en/weightlifting/result-women-s-53kg-fnl-000100-.htm Profile] {{DEFAULTSORT:Lifu, Mary Kini}} [[Category:1994 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Solomon Islands female weightlifters]] [[Category:People from Honiara]] [[Category:Weightlifters at the 2018 Commonwealth Games]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Kini_Lifu

Armo (disambiguation) #
MrKeefeJohn: '''Armo ''' may refer to: * [[Armo]], a municipality in the Province of Imperia in the Italian region Liguria * [[Armo District]], a district in the northeastern Bari province of Somalia * [[ARMO BioSciences]], an American pharmaceutical company * [[ARMO oil refiner]], an oil refiners in Albania {{dab}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armo_(disambiguation)

Prenasteridae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of echinoderms belonging to...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Prenasteridae |authority = }} '''Prenasteridae''' is a family of [[echinoderms]] belonging to the order [[Spatangoida]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Prenasteridae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/5964271 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Agassizia]]'' <small>Valenciennes, 1846</small> * ''[[Anisaster]]'' <small>Pomel, 1886</small> * ''[[Antiquobrissus]]'' <small>Szörényi, 1955</small> * ''[[Cagaster]]'' <small>Nisiyama, 1968</small> * ''[[Eoagassizia]]'' <small>Grant & Hertlein, 1938</small> * ''[[Holcopneustes]]'' <small>Cotteau, 1889</small> * ''[[Peribrissus]]'' <small>Pomel, 1869</small> * ''[[Prenaster]]'' <small>Desor, 1853</small> * ''[[Pseudolinthia]]'' * ''[[Tripylus]]'' <small>Philippi, 1845</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q16911328}} [[Category:Spatangoida]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prenasteridae

Hope primary school #
Aloro gordon paul: Hope primary school background {{db-spam|help=off}} == Background == [[File:Hope p-s.jpg|thumb]] is a community bases school fund by the parents or the refugees in ocea c village.and is NON-profitable school and is located in ocea c village Rhino camp refugee settlement, Arua district Uganda. == Support for the school == our strategy as a christian ministry is to bring discipleship, kingdom,hope and community development through the school systems and education for the south Sudanese refugees camps in northern Uganda.n February 2017, 25 refugee men and women from South Sudan settling at Rhino Camp in Arua District, frustrated by the lack of schools and education for their children, took a bold step to start a primary school within their settlement. Within two weeks of erecting two makeshift structures made of UNHCR tarpaulins and some crooked poles, over 500 children flooded the space and Hope Primary School was born. I arrived this school in their 3rd week of existence and heard God say, "...start here..." Our ministry's strategy for bringing hope in this refugee settlement has its roots in this school. Check this website for more details and join us<ref>{{Citation|title=DOCUMENTARY ON HOPE PRIMARY SCHOOL, OCEA C REFUGEE SETTLEMENT - UGANDA|url=https://vimeo.com/248197920|language=en|access-date=2021-06-14}}</ref> == School programs == === School Feeding Program === Our current mission is to give the children of Hope Primary School the thing that every student needs to learn: a full belly.the children will be able to better focus on their studies. With stronger, well-nourished bodies and sharper, well-educated minds, they’ll be ready to lead the way to change in their country. Well-nourished children have stronger immune systems and fewer illnesses, reducing absence from school. They do not have to walk miles home at lunch to eat and then back to school. They are better able to focus and learn which benefits both their personal future and helps to build the foundation of a stronger, more educated nation. Finally, a child who knows he will receive a meal at school is more likely to attend, reducing idleness and trouble at home. The parents of these students are willing to contribute whatever they can, which is minimal. They also cook the food daily and provide the labor needed to sustain the program. This is a key component in this program. We strongly believe that the commitment of each parent, no matter how small towards this program brings a healthy balance rather than creating dependence. [[File:Food hope.jpg|thumb|[[File:Food4.jpg|thumb]]]] === Literacy Needs === Probably the greatest of Hope Primary School at the moment is books...textbooks, children's literature, leveled readers, workbooks, resource books, curriculum for the teachers. You name it, they need it. How can they teach reading without books? The illiteracy rate in South Sudan is 80%, but what if the hundreds of children currently in the camps in Uganda could learn to read while they are waiting to return back to their country? What if, when they return they could read and teach others to read? What could that do towards bringing education which leads to peace? Our heart is to empower the refugees, both teachers and children to be prepared for the return. [[File:Needs of books.jpg|thumb]] We need others to come alongside us to supply the funds to purchase books. We need others to go and take books. Advancing Leaders International has donated 1/3 of the textbooks needed. Will you consider donating for the other 2/3's? Just look at those eager faces! == Reference. ==
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hope_primary_school

Aslan Abbasov #
SportsOlympic: 2000 {{short description|Azerbaijani politician}} {{Expand Azerbaijani}} {{Infobox person | name = Aslan Abbasov | image = | caption = | birth_name = | birth_date = {{Birth date|1950|3|11|df=y}} | birth_place = [[Ganja, Azerbaijan]] | death_date = {{death date and age|2021|6|11|1950|3|11|df=y}} | death_place = [[Baku]], Azerbaijan | monuments = | residence = | nationality = Azerbaijani | occupation = politician | known_for = | relatives = | awards = }} '''Aslan Abbasov''' (11 March 1950 – 11 June 2021) was an Azerbaijani politician and a member of [[New Azerbaijan Party]]. He served as a deputy in the [[National Assembly (Azerbaijan)|National Assembly]] between 1995 and 2000.<ref name=auto>[https://oxu.az/society/502329 Azərbaycanda keçmiş deputat vəfat etdi]</ref> Abbasov died in Baku on 11 June 2021, aged 71.<ref name=auto /> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Abbasov, Aslan}} [[Category:20th-century Azerbaijani politicians]] [[Category:21st-century Azerbaijani politicians]] [[Category:Azerbaijani politicians]] [[Category:1950 births]] [[Category:2021 deaths]] [[Category:People from Ganja, Azerbaijan]] [[Category:New Azerbaijan Party politicians]] {{Azerbaijan-politician-stub}}
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Tiarannidae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of cnidarians belonging to...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Tiarannidae |authority = }} '''Tiarannidae''' is a family of [[cnidarians]] belonging to the order [[Leptothecata]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Tiarannidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/7314 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Chromatonema]]'' <small>Fewkes, 1882</small> * ''[[Krampella]]'' <small>Russell, 1957</small> * ''[[Margalefia]]'' <small>Pagès, Bouillon & Gili, 1991</small> * ''[[Modeeria]]'' <small>Forbes, 1848</small> * ''[[Stegolaria]]'' <small>Stechow, 1913</small> * ''[[Stegopoma]]'' <small>Levinsen, 1893</small> * ''[[Tiaranna]]'' <small>Haeckel, 1879</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q4001464}} [[Category:Hydrozoa]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiarannidae

Tiaropsidae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of cnidarians belonging to...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Tiaropsidae |authority = }} '''Tiaropsidae''' is a family of [[cnidarians]] belonging to the order [[Leptothecata]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Tiaropsidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/4282630 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Octogonade]]'' <small>Zoja, 1896</small> * ''[[Tiaropsidium]]'' <small>Torrey, 1909</small> * ''[[Tiaropsis]]'' <small>Agassiz, 1849</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q10697587}} [[Category:Hydrozoa]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiaropsidae

4'-Fluoro-4-methylaminorex #
Meodipt: {{drugbox | drug_name = 4'-Fluoro-4-methylaminorex | image = 4F-4MAR_structure.png | legal_UK = | legal_DE = | C = 10 | H = 11 | F = 1 | N = 2 | O = 1 | IUPAC_name = 4-methyl-5-(4-fluorophenyl)-4,5-dihydro-1,3-oxazol-2-amine | CAS_number = 1364933-64-1 | ChemSpiderID = | PubChem = | UNII = | smiles = Fc1ccc(cc1)C1OC(N)=NC1C | StdInChI = 1S/C10H11FN2O/c1-6-9(14-10(12)13-6)7-2-4-8(11)5-3-7/h2-6,9H,1H3,(H2,12,13) | StdInChIKey = UYKYWISHPDEDRQ-UHFFFAOYSA-N }} '''4'-Fluoro-4-methylaminorex''' ('''4-FPO''') is a recreational [[designer drug]] from the substituted [[aminorex]] family, with [[stimulant]] effects. It was first detected in Slovenia in 2018.<ref>Fabregat-Safont D, Carbón X, Ventura M, Fornís I, Hernández F, Ibáñez M. Characterization of a recently detected halogenated aminorex derivative: para-fluoro-4-methylaminorex (4'F-4-MAR). ''Sci Rep''. 2019 Jun 5;9(1):8314. {{doi|10.1038/s41598-019-44830-y}} {{pmid|31165778}}</ref><ref>Maier J, Mayer FP, Brandt SD, Sitte HH. DARK Classics in Chemical Neuroscience: Aminorex Analogues. ''ACS Chem Neurosci''. 2018 Oct 17;9(10):2484-2502. {{doi|10.1021/acschemneuro.8b00415}} {{pmid|30269490}}</ref> It was made illegal in Italy in March 2020.<ref>{{cite web | url = https://www.gazzettaufficiale.it/eli/id/2020/03/30/20A01820/sg | date = 13 March 2020 | title = DECRETO 13 marzo 2020. Aggiornamento delle tabelle contenenti l'indicazione delle sostanze stupefacenti e psicotrope | trans-title = Update of the tables containing the indication of narcotic and psychotropic substances | language = Italian | quote = di cui al decreto del Presidente della Repubblica 9 ottobre 1990, n. 309 e successive modificazioni ed integrazioni. Inserimento nella tabella I e nella tabella IV di nuove sostanze psicoattive. (20A01820) (GU Serie Generale n.85 del 30-03-2020) [as per the decree of the President of the Republic October 9, 1990, n. 309 and subsequent amendments and additions. Inclusion in Table I and Table IV of new psychoactive substances. (20A01820) (GU General Series n.85 of 30-03-2020)] | work = Official Gazette | publisher = The Republic of Italy }}</ref> == See also == * [[2C-B-aminorex]] * [[4,4'-DMAR]] * [[Fluminorex]] * [[List of aminorex analogues]] == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Designer drugs]] {{pharm-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4%27-Fluoro-4-methylaminorex

Maria Klenskaja #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with ''''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' (born on 29 January 1951 in Tartu) is an Estonian actress.<ref name="EFIS">{{cite web |title=Maria Klenskaja - Eesti filmi andme...' '''Maria Klenskaja''' (born on 29 January 1951 in [[Tartu]]) is an [[Estonia]]n actress.<ref name="EFIS">{{cite web |title=Maria Klenskaja - Eesti filmi andmebaas |url=https://www.efis.ee/et/inimesed/id/1078 |website=www.efis.ee |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> In 1974 she graduated from [[Tallinn State Conservatory]] Stage Art Department. Since 1974 she is working at [[Estonian Drama Theatre]]. Besides theatre roles she played also in several films.<ref name="EFIS" /> Awards: * 2002: [[Order of the White Star]], IV class.<ref name="president.ee">{{cite web |title=Teenetemärkide kavalerid: Maria Klenskaja|url=https://www.president.ee/et/vabariik/teenetemargid/kavaler/3953/maria-klenskaja |website=www.president.ee |access-date=12 June 2021}}</ref> ==Filmography== {{Expand section|date=June 2021}} * 2006: "Vägev võlur" * 2006: "[[Vana daami visiit]]" * 2007: "[[Georg (film)|Georg]]" * 2015: "[[Vehkleja]]" * 2018: "[[Seltsimees laps]]" * 2020: "Vee peal" ==References== {{Reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Klenskaja, Maria}} [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:1951 births]] [[Category:Estonian actresses]]
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Fenris Glacier #
Xufanc: link {{Infobox glacier | name = Fenris Glacier | photo =Helheim, Fenris, and Midgard Glacier, Sermilik Fjord, Greenland - June 5th, 2019 (48017595376).jpg | photo_caption = View of the Helheim, Fenris, and Midgard glaciers at the northern end of Sermilik Fjord. | type = | location = [[Greenland]] | map = Greenland | map_caption = Location within Greenland |coordinates = {{coord|66|29|N|37|38|W|dim:30000|format=dms|display=inline,title}} | mark = Blue_pog.svg | area = | length = | thickness = | terminus = [[Ningerti]]<br>[[Sermilik]],<br/> [[North Atlantic Ocean]] | status = }} '''Fenris Glacier''' ({{lang-da|Fenrisgletscher}}) is a [[glacier]] in the [[Sermersooq]] municipality, Eastern [[Greenland]]. This glacier is named after [[Fenris]] (Fenrir), the mighty [[wolf]] of [[Norse mythology]]. ==Geography== The Fenris Glacier is located on the eastern side of the [[Greenland ice sheet]], in the southern area of [[Schweizerland]].<ref name="GE">[[GoogleEarth]]</ref> It flows southwards from the area of [[Gaule Bjerg]], west of the [[Midgard Glacier]] and east of the [[Helheim Glacier]]. Its terminus is at the mouth of the [[Ningerti]], one of the northernmost branches of [[Sermilik]] ''(Egede og Rothes Fjord)'', a large fjord system.<ref name="GeoH">{{cite web|url=https://geohack.toolforge.org/geohack.php?language=sv&pagename=Fenrisgletscher&params=66.48333_N_-37.63333_E_type:waterbody_region:GL|title=Fenrisletscher|work=GeoHack|accessdate=14 June 2021}}</ref> ==See also== *[[List of glaciers in Greenland]] ==References== {{reflist}} ==External links== * [https://tc.copernicus.org/articles/4/453/2010/ TC - Freshwater flux to Sermilik Fjord, SE Greenland] * [https://vimeo.com/361215451 Fenris Glacier, Southeast Greenland on Vimeo] [[Category:Glaciers of Greenland]] [[Category:Sermersooq]] {{Greenland-geo-stub}} [[sv:Fenrisgletscher]]
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Ane River #
Miamiaim: [[File:Anegawa_Biwako.jpg|thumb|[[Lake Biwa]] seen from the mouth of Ane River]] '''Anegawa River''' ({{Lang-ja|姉川}}) is a [[river]] that flows through the northern part of [[Shiga Prefecture]], [[Japan]].<ref>{{Cite web|last=第2版|first=日本大百科全書(ニッポニカ),事典・日本の観光資源,ブリタニカ国際大百科事典 小項目事典,精選版 日本国語大辞典,デジタル大辞泉,世界大百科事典|title=姉川とは|url=https://kotobank.jp/word/%E5%A7%89%E5%B7%9D-26455|access-date=2021-06-14|website=コトバンク|language=ja}}</ref> == References == {{Reflist}} == See also == * [[Battle of Anegawa]] {{Shiga-geo-stub}} {{Normdaten}} [[Category:Rivers of Shiga Prefecture]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ane_River

Hrot #
Bedivere.cs: ←Created page with ''''Hrot''' is first person shooter developed by Spytihněv. It is larely inspired by Quake.<ref name="HROT Is a Vicious, Wild Retro FPS Ab...' '''Hrot''' is first person shooter developed by Spytihněv. It is larely inspired by [[Quake (video game)|Quake]].<ref name="HROT Is a Vicious, Wild Retro FPS About Surviving a Dieselpunk Czechoslovakia">{{cite web |title=HROT Is a Vicious, Wild Retro FPS About Surviving a Dieselpunk Czechoslovakia |url=https://www.escapistmagazine.com/v2/hrot-retro-fps-dieselpunk-czechoslovakia/ |website=The Escapist |access-date=14 June 2021 |date=2020-06-20}}</ref> Early access version was released on 29 January 2021 including first of three episodes.<ref name="HROT is a new retro-FPS that looks like Dusk in the mid-80s Soviet Union">{{cite web |last1=Chalk |first1=Andy |title=HROT is a new retro-FPS that looks like Dusk in the mid-80s Soviet Union |url=https://www.pcgamer.com/hrot-is-a-new-retro-fps-that-looks-like-dusk-in-the-mid-80s-soviet-union/ |website=PC Gamer |access-date=14 June 2021 |date=2021-01-29}}</ref> ==Gameplay== Hrot is retro-styled first person shooter. Players explores and navigates to the exit of each Glevel, facing monsters and finding secret areas along the way. Usually there are switches to activate or keys to collect in order to open doors before the exit can be reached. Reaching the exit takes the player to the next level. Before accessing an episode, there is a set of three pathways with easy, medium, and hard skill levels. After finishing episode playe unlocks modes called Endless Arena and New Game+. Campaign is divided into three episodes. First episode is set in 1986 alternate reality Czechoslovakia which was struck by unknown disaster. It has 8 levels with a boss fight in every second level. Each level is set on areal location in Prague. This includes Vyšehrad or Vítkov Hill.<ref name="HROT Is Retro Shooting Soviet Style">{{cite web |title=HROT Is Retro Shooting Soviet Style |url=https://www.cbr.com/hrot-retro-shooter-soviet-style/ |website=CBR |access-date=14 June 2021 |date=2021-02-11}}</ref> Second episode is in Medieval Bohemia during [[Hussite Wars]].<ref name="Vyzkoušejte českou retro střílečku HROT z postapokalyptického Československa GAMES.CZ">{{cite web |title=Vyzkoušejte českou retro střílečku HROT z postapokalyptického Československa |url=https://games.tiscali.cz/novinky/vyzkousejte-ceskou-retro-strilecku-hrot-z-postapokalyptickeho-ceskoslovenska-503963 |website=games.tiscali.cz |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=cs}}</ref> <ref name="Druhá epizoda retro FPS HROT nás vezme mezi husity » Vortex">{{cite web |title=Druhá epizoda retro FPS HROT nás vezme mezi husity » Vortex |url=https://www.vortex.cz/druha-epizoda-retro-fps-hrot-nas-vezme-mezi-husity/ |website=www.vortex.cz |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Hrot}} [[Category:Upcoming video games]] [[Category:Early access video games]] [[Category:Dark fantasy video games]] [[Category:First-person shooters]] [[Category:Horror video games]] [[Category:Multiplayer and single-player video games]] [[Category:Science fantasy video games]] [[Category:Video games developed in the Czech Republic]]
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Biswanath Agrawal #
Pinakpani: {{Short description|Indian Judge}} '''Biswanath Agrawal''' is an Indian Judge and former Judge of the [[Supreme Court of India]]. ==Career== Agrawal was born in 1944. He passed LL.B and started practise in the [[Patna High Court]] in 1996. He worked mainly in in Civil and Constitutional matters.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Chief Justices/ Judges Elevated to Supreme Court {{!}} Orissa High Court, Cuttack|url=https://orissahighcourt.nic.in/judges/chief-justices-judges-elevated-to-supreme-court/hon-ble-mr-justice-biswanath-agrawal/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=orissahighcourt.nic.in}}</ref> He was appointed as a judge of Patna High Court on 17 November 1986. Agarwal became the Chief Justice of [[Orissa High Court]] in November 1999. Thereafter he was elevated to the post of the Justice of Supreme Court of India on 19 October 2000.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Orissa High Court, Cuttack|url=http://164.100.185.172/cjudgesret.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=164.100.185.172}}</ref> == Controversy == In September 2017 it is alleged by the [[Central Bureau of Investigation]] (CBI) that Mr. Agrawal took large sums from the Prasad Institute of Medical Sciences in [[Lucknow]]<ref>{{Cite web|last=Pioneer|first=The|title=CBI arrests retd judge of Orissa HC|url=https://www.dailypioneer.com/2017/state-editions/cbi-arrests-retd-judge-of-orissa-hc.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=The Pioneer|language=en}}</ref> for getting them favourable orders. A special investigation team was formed by the Supreme Court to investigate the issue.<ref>{{Cite web|title=A Sad Moment in India's Judicial History|url=https://thewire.in/law/sad-moment-indias-judicial-history|access-date=2021-06-14|website=The Wire}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|date=2017-09-20|title=Retired Orissa High Court Judge Booked in Medical College Scam|url=https://www.news18.com/news/india/retired-orissa-high-court-judge-booked-in-medical-college-scam-1523639.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.news18.com|language=en}}</ref> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Biswanath, Agrawal}} [[Category:1944 births]] [[Category:Judges of the Patna High Court]] [[Category:Chief Justices of the Orissa High Court]] [[Category:20th-century Indian judges]] [[Category:Justices of the Supreme Court of India]]
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2002 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election #
Nitesh003: Added total and majority seats {{Infobox election | election_name = 2002 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election | party4 = Nationalist Congress Party | image3 = File:Bharatiya Janata Party logo.svg | image2 = File:INC Logo.png | image1 = File:Logo of Shiv Sena.svg | seat_change3 = {{increase}} 9 | seat_change2 = {{increase}} 13 | seat_change1 = {{decrease}} 6 | seats4 = 12 | seats3 = 35 | seats2 = 61 | seats1 = 97 | party3 = Bharatiya Janata Party | type = Parliamentary | party2 = Indian National Congress | turnout = '''42%''' | party1 = Shiv Sena | next_election = 2007 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election | next_year = 2007 | previous_election = 1997 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election | previous_year = 1997 | country = India | election_date = 2002 | ongoing = No | image4 = File:Nationalist Congress Party Election Symbol.png | title = BMC majority | after_election = [[Shiv Sena|SHS]] - [[Bhartiya Janta Party|BJP]] | before_election = [[Shiv Sena|SHS]] - [[Bhartiya Janta Party|BJP]] | seats_for_election = All 227 seats in BMC | majority_seats = 114 }} The '''2002 BMC election''' was held in February 2002.<ref>{{Cite web|last=Bronze {{!}}Points: 25 {{!}}|first=Posted Date: 04 Feb 2012 {{!}}Updated: 15-May-2020 {{!}}Category: Mumbai City {{!}}Author: nikhilshelke {{!}}Member Level:|date=2012-02-04|title=History of Mumbai BMC Election results|url=http://www.socialvillage.in/resources/24687-history-mumbai-bmc-election-results|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Techulator|language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=BMC Election Results (1997-2012) - Infogram|url=https://infogram.com/bmc-election-results-1997-2012-1g57prdjne5l201|access-date=2021-06-14|website=infogram.com|language=en}}</ref> == Election result == Shiv Sena - BJP alliance won the 2002 BMC election with a clear majority. [[Indian National Congress]] and [[Nationalist Congress Party]] are other two major political parties in this election == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation]] [[Category:Municipal corporation elections in India]] [[Category:Local elections in Maharashtra]] [[Category:Elections in Maharashtra]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2002_Brihanmumbai_Municipal_Corporation_election

Frank van Overeem #
SportsOlympic: /* References */ link {{short description|Dutch volleyball player}} {{Infobox person | name = Frank van Overeem | image = | caption = | birth_name = | birth_date = {{Birth year|1948}} | birth_place = | death_date = {{death date and age|2021|6|11|1948|||df=y}} | death_place = | monuments = | residence = | nationality = Dutch | occupation = volleyball player | known_for = | relatives = | awards = }} '''Frank van Overeem''' (1948 – 11 June 2021) was a Dutch volleyball player and beach volleyball pioneer from [[The Hague]].<ref name="auto1">{{Cite web|url=https://www.volleybal.nl/nieuws/mister-beach-volleyball-frank-van-overeem-overleden|title=Mister Beach Volleyball Frank van Overeem overleden|website=volleybal.nl}}</ref><ref name="auto">{{Cite web|url=https://www.omroepwest.nl/nieuws/4409078/Kleurrijke-Grondlegger-van-beachvolleybal-in-Nederland-Frank-van-Overeem-overleden|title=Kleurrijke 'Grondlegger van beachvolleybal in Nederland' Frank van Overeem overleden|website=Omroep West}}</ref> ==Biography== Van Overeem played for several clubs and became national champion with [[VISADE Voorburg|Gaggenau]]. He played 36 matches for the [[Netherlands men's national volleyball team]]. After his playing career he became trainer of PVC Blokkeer and worked as a physiotherapist.<ref name="auto1"/> He was also volleyball radio reporter at Radio West. In the 1990s he started with success organising beach volleyball events with his event agency "Free Time Promotion"; at the time a new sport in the Netherlands. He was able to recruit sponsors to the events. He was involved in the first international beach volleyball tournament in the Netherlands; including the 2006 European Championships and the first World Tour in the Netherlands.<ref name="auto"/><ref name="auto1"/><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.trouw.nl/gs-b8adbbd9|title=Beachvolleybalpionier Van Overeem overleden|first=Redactie|last=Trouw|date=June 13, 2021|website=Trouw}}</ref> After being diagnozed with an serious illness in 2020, Van Overeem died on 11 June 2021.<ref name="auto1"/><ref name=auto /><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.nu.nl/sport-overig/6139196/nederlandse-beachvolleybalpionier-van-overeem-overleden.html|title=Nederlandse beachvolleybalpionier Van Overeem overleden|date=June 13, 2021|website=NU}}</ref> ==References== {{Reflist}} ==External links== *[https://www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten/results?query=Frank+van+Overeem&page=1&coll=ddd Newspaper articles of Van Overeem] via [[Delpher]] {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:van Overeem, Frank}} [[Category:Dutch volleyball players]] [[Category:Beach volleyball in the Netherlands]] [[Category:1948 births]] [[Category:2021 deaths]] [[Category:People from The Hague]] [[Category:Place of birth missing]] [[Category:Place of death missing]] {{Netherlands-volleyball-bio-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_van_Overeem

Terellia apicalis #
Simuliid: ←Created page with '{{short description|A species of fly}} {{speciesbox |image = |image_caption = |genus = Terellia |species = apicalis |authority = (Chen, 1938)<ref name="ZiaChen...' {{short description|A species of fly}} {{speciesbox |image = |image_caption = |genus = Terellia |species = apicalis |authority = (Chen, 1938)<ref name="ZiaChen1938">{{cite journal |last1=Zia |first1=Y. |last2=Chen |first2=S.H. |title=Trypetidae of North China |journal=Sinensia |date=1938 |volume=9 |issue=1–2 |pages=1–180}}</ref> |display_parents = 3 |synonyms = *''Orellia apicalis'' <small>Chen, 1938</small><ref name="ZiaChen1938"/> }} '''''Terellia apicalis''''' is a species of tephritid or fruit flies in the genus ''[[Terellia]]'' of the family [[Tephritidae]].<ref name="Norrbom1999">{{cite journal |last1=Norrbom |first1=A.L. |last2=Carroll |first2=L.E. |last3=Thompson |first3=F.C. |last4=White |first4=I.M |last5=Freidberg |first5=A. |title=Systematic Database of Names. Pp. 65-252. In Thompson, F. C. (ed.), Fruit Fly Expert Identification System and Systematic Information Database. |journal=Myia |date=1999 |volume=9 |pages=vii + 524}}</ref> ==Distribution== [[China]]. ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:Tephritinae]] [[Category:Insects described in 1938]] [[Category:Diptera of Asia]] {{Tephritinae-stub}}
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John Ebden #
Bashereyre: d 1614 aged 98 '''John Ebden''' (1516 - 1614) was an [[England|English]] [[priest]].<ref>[https://theclergydatabase.org.uk/jsp/search/index.jsp Clergy of the Church of England database]</ref> Ebden was educated at [[Peterhouse, Cambridge]], where he was a [[Fellow]] from 1547 until 1554.<ref>{{acad|EBDN543J|Ebden, John}}</ref> He was [[ordained]] a priest in 1560. He was [[Archdeacon of Durham]] from 1560 until 1563; and [[Archdeacon of Bournemouth|Archdeacon of Winchester]] from 1572 until his resignation in 1575.<ref>{{Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae |last=Horn |first=Joyce M. |period=1541–1857|volume=3|pages=86–87}}</ref> ==Notes== {{reflist}} {{Subject bar |portal1= Biography |portal2= Christianity|portal3= History|portal4=England}} {{Archdeacons of Winchester (ancient)}} {{Hampshire}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Ebden, John}} [[Category:1516 births]] [[Category:Archdeacons of Durham]] [[Category:1614 deaths]] [[Category:Archdeacons of Winchester (ancient)]] [[Category:Alumni of Peterhouse, Cambridge]] {{England-Anglican-clergy-stub}}
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Zerstörer 1-class destroyer #
DeltaSquad833: ←Created page with '{{short description|Destroyers of the West German Navy}} {{Use dmy dates|date=June 2021}} {|{{Infobox ship begin | infobox caption = }} {{Infobox ship image | S...' {{short description|Destroyers of the West German Navy}} {{Use dmy dates|date=June 2021}} {|{{Infobox ship begin | infobox caption = }} {{Infobox ship image | Ship image = File:Zerstörer 4 D 178 W Kiel 08-1972.jpg | Ship caption = ''Zerstörer 4'' }}{{Infobox ship class overview | Name = ''Zerstörer 1'' | Builders = *[[Bath Iron Works]] *[[Consolidated Steel Corporation]] *[[Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Company]] | Operators = {{navy|West Germany}} | Class before = | Class after = {{sclass-|Hamburg|destroyer|4}} | Total ships planned = 6 | Built range = 1941-1943 | Total ships on order = | Total ships completed = 6 | Total ships active = | In commission range = 1958-1982 | Total ships retired = 3 | Subclasses = [[Fletcher-class destroyer|''Fletcher'' class]] }} {{Infobox ship characteristics | Hide header = | Header caption = | Ship type = [[Destroyer]] | Ship class = | Ship displacement = *{{convert|2050|LT|t|0|abbr=on}} standard *{{convert|2500|LT|t|0|abbr=on}} full | Ship length = *{{convert|376.5|ft|m|abbr=on}} | Ship beam = {{convert|39.5|ft|10|in|m|abbr=on}} | Ship draft = {{convert|17.5|ft|8|in|m|abbr=on}} | Ship depth = | Ship hold depth = | Ship propulsion = *4 × GM Mod. 16-278A [[diesel engine]]s with electric drive, {{convert|60,000|shp|MW|abbr=on}} *2 × [[Propeller#Marine|screws]] | Ship speed = {{convert|36.5|kn|lk=in}} | Ship range = {{convert|5500|nmi|km|abbr=on}} at {{convert|15|kn|abbr=on}} | Ship complement = 329 | Ship armament = *4 × single [[5-inch/38-caliber gun|5"/38 cal gun]]s *3 × twin [[3-inch/50-caliber gun|Mark 33 3"/50 cal gun]]s *2 × single [[American 21-inch torpedo|533 mm]] [[torpedo tube]]s *2 × [[Hedgehog (weapon)|Mark 10 Hedgehog mortar]]s *1 × depth charge track | Ship sensors = *1 × [[AN/SPS-6]] [[Air search radar|air-search radar]] *1 × [[AN/SPS-10]] [[surface-search radar]] *1 × [[Mark 37 director|Mark 37]] [[Gun Director|Director]] | Ship armor = | Ship notes = }} |} The '''Type 119''' '''''Zerstörer 1'' class''' was a class of 6 [[Destroyer|destroyers]] by the [[West German Navy]]. They entered service in 1958, with the last one being decommissioned in 1982.<ref>{{Cite web|title=History of Fletcher-Class Destroyers of the Federal German Navy|url=https://heinzalbers.org/history.htm|access-date=2021-06-14|website=heinzalbers.org}}</ref> == History == Since the time for planning, building and testing its own larger ships was not available, the [[Federal Republic of Germany]] received six destroyers of the [[Fletcher-class destroyer|Fletcher class]] for the German Navy from the [[United States|USA]] from 1958 to 1960 as part of the [[Military Assistance Program|American Military Assistance Program]]. An option for the surrender of five more destroyers was not taken. After the loan period was extended in the meantime, the four units that were still available at that time were purchased in 1976 for the equivalent of around € 191,500 each. They were not given any names when they were commissioned, they were only numbered from 1 to 6. It was not until 1960 that they were given the names Zerstörer 1 to Zerstörer 6. In common parlance, the destroyers Z-1, Z-2, Z-3, Z-4, Z-5 and Z-6 were named.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Type 119 Z1 class Zerstorer Destroyer German Navy|url=https://www.seaforces.org/marint/German-Navy/Destroyer/Type-119-Z-1-class.htm|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.seaforces.org}}</ref> After their commissioning, the first three destroyers were assigned to the 1st Destroyer Squadron, and the other three to the 3rd Destroyer Squadron. The homeport for all units was [[Kiel]]. The Zerstörer 3 was subordinated to the Fleet Service Squadron in [[Flensburg]] from April 1, 1974. From October 1, 1971, the remaining destroyers were combined in the 3rd Destroyer Squadron. After the dissolution of the 3rd Destroyer Squadron on June 30, 1981, the two remaining destroyers, Zerstörer 2 and Zerstörer 5, were placed under the 1st Destroyer Squadron until they were decommissioned. After their decommissioning, Zerstörer 1 and Zerstörer 6 were cannibalized as spare parts reserves for the other destroyers. Zerstörer 6 was canceled and Zerstörer 1 was then used up as a target ship for naval aviation in the Mediterranean. On May 16, 1979, the destroyer Zerstörer 1 was sunk as [[target ship]] by the [[German submarine U 29]] by [[torpedo]]. The other destroyers were handed over to the [[Hellenic Navy|Greek Navy]] as part of defense aid. The tasks of the destroyers of the ''Zerstörer 1'' class were taken over by the frigates of the [[Bremen-class frigate|Bremen class]].<ref>{{Cite book|last=Koop|first=Breyer|title=The ships, vehicles and planes of the German Navy 1956 until today}}</ref> == Characteristics == {{Main|Fletcher-class destroyer}} Before the takeover, the ships were modernized to a considerable extent. All [[20 mm Oerlikon|20 mm Oerlikon cannons]] were removed and the [[40 mm Bofors|40 mm Bofors guns]] were replaced by three [[76 mm air defense gun M1938|76.2 mm twin flak]]. In order to gain the deck space required for these guns and the fire control equipment connected to them, the third [[5-inch/38-caliber gun|127 mm gun]] and the front quintuplet torpedo tube set had to be removed. The electronics were modernized and the mast was replaced by a [[tripod mast]]. When the six destroyers were later in dock, the initially open bridges of the six destroyers were converted into an enclosed bridge while at the same time being enlarged. Three destroyers (Zerstörer 2, Zerstörer 3 and Zerstörer 4) were each provided with a small hut on the back of the bridge. Furthermore, all six ships were retrofitted with two U-defense torpedo tubes (single [[American 21-inch torpedo|533 mm]]). Later the second quintuplet torpedo tube set was also removed. From the beginning of the 1960s to 1962, Zerstörer 4 had two 40 mm Bofors flak MELs in the positions of the 76.2 mm flak on the port and starboard side. For testing purposes, a containerized [[OTO Melara 76 mm|76 mm OTO Melara gun]] was carried from 1974 to spring 1975 instead of the eighth 76.2 mm anti-aircraft twin. == Ships in the class == {| class="wikitable" !Pennant !Name !Builders !Laid down !Launched !Commissioned !Decommissioned |- |D 170 |''[[USS Anthony (DD-515)|Zerstörer 1]]'' |[[Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Company]] |25 June 1942 |11 November 1942 |1 January 1958 |17 March 1972 |- |D 171 |''[[USS Ringgold (DD-500)|Zerstörer 2]]'' | rowspan="2" |[[Bath Iron Works]] |17 August 1942 |20 December 1942 |14 June 1959 |18 September 1981 |- |D 172 |''[[USS Wadsworth (DD-516)|Zerstörer 3]]'' |18 August 1942 |18 August 1943 |6 October 1959 |15 October 1980 |- |D 178 |''[[USS Claxton (DD-571)|Zerstörer 4]]'' | rowspan="3" |[[Consolidated Steel Corporation]] |14 May 1941 |16 March 1942 |15 December 1959 |26 February 1981 |- |D 179 |''[[USS Dyson (DD-572)|Zerstörer 5]]'' | rowspan="2" |25 June 1941 |1 April 1942 |17 February 1960 |26 February 1982 |- |D 180 |''[[USS Charles Ausburne (DD-570)|Zerstörer 6]]'' |15 April 1942 |12 April 1960 |9 October 1967 |} == Gallery == <gallery mode="nolines"> File:Zerstörer Z 1 (D 170) (Kiel 31.150).jpg|''Zerstörer 1'' File:West German destroyer Z 2 (D 171) during a towing exercise in the North Sea, in March 1971.jpg|''Zerstörer 2'' File:Niedrigwasser am Hindenburgufer (Kiel 68.346).jpg|''Zerstörer 3'' File:Zerstörer Z 4 (D 178) (Kiel 67.245).jpg|''Zerstörer 4'' File:West German destroyer Z 5 (D 179) underway in the North Sea, in March 1981.jpg|''Zerstörer 5'' File:Bundesarchiv B 145 Bild-F013260-0005, Kieler Woche, Zerstörer Z 6 (D 180).jpg|''Zerstörer 6'' </gallery> == Citations == <references />{{Portal bar|Germany|Engineering}}[[:Category:Destroyer classes]] [[Category:1950s ships]] [[Category:Fletcher-class destroyers of the German Navy]] [[Category:Destroyer classes]]
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Cassinia diminuta #
Gderrin: New {{Short description|Species of flowering plant}} {{speciesbox |image = |genus = Cassinia |species = diminuta |authority = [[Anthony Edward Orchard|Orchard]]<ref name="APC">{{cite web |title=''Cassinia diminuta'' |url=https://biodiversity.org.au/nsl/services/apc-format/display/191721 |website=Australian Plant Census |accessdate=14 June 2021}}</ref> }} '''''Cassinia diminuta''''', commonly known as '''dwarf cassinia''',<ref name="RBGV">{{cite web |last1=Ohlsen |first1=Daniel |last2=Stajsic |first2=Val |title=''Cassinia diminuta'' |url=https://vicflora.rbg.vic.gov.au/flora/taxon/13337a29-d853-4786-a3f2-0edb73df133e |publisher=Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> is a species of flowering plant in the family [[Asteraceae]] and is [[endemic]] to Victoria in Australia. It is a small, erect, aromatic shrub with spreading, needle-shaped leaves that are covered with cottony hair on the underside, and [[corymb]]s of up to two hundred [[Head (botany)|heads]] of flowers arranged in [[corymb]]s. ==Description== ''Cassinia diminuta'' is an erect, aromatic shrub that typically grows to a height of {{cvt|50–70|cm}} with densely-hairy branchlets. The leaves are needle-shaped, {{cvt|5–18|mm}} long and {{cvt|0.7–1|mm}} wide with the edges rolled under. The lower surface of the leaves is densely covered with cottony white hairs. The flower heads are arranged in a corymb of 70 to 200, each head {{cvt|1.5–3|mm}} wide with five or six [[Glossary of botanical terms#floret|florets]] surrounded by overlapping white to greenish [[Bract#Involucral bracts|involucral bracts]] in five [[Whorl (botany)|whorls]]. Flowering occurs from January to March and the [[Asteraceae#Fruits and seeds|achenes]] are about {{cvt|0.9–1.1|mm}} long with a bristly [[Pappus (botany)|pappus]] {{cvt|1.5–2|mm}} long.<ref name="RBGV" /> ==Taxonomy and naming== ''Cassinia diminuta'' was first formally described in 2004 by [[Anthony Edward Orchard]] in ''[[Australian Systematic Botany]]'' from specimens collected in the same year.<ref name="APNI">{{cite web |title=''Cassinia diminuta'' |url=https://biodiversity.org.au/nsl/services/rest/instance/apni/590844 |website=Australian Plant Name Index|date=14 June 2021}}</ref> ==Distribution and habitat== This species of ''Cassinia'' grows in [[Mallee Woodlands and Shrublands|mallee]] and woodland in central Victoria.<ref name="RBGV" /> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q15561260}} [[Category:Cassinia|diminuta]] [[Category:Asterales of Australia]] [[Category:Flora of Victoria (Australia)]] [[Category:Plants described in 2004]]
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Brinda trivedi #
Justort: {{Prod blp/dated |concern = |user = |timestamp = 20210614085015 |help = off }} Brinda Trivedi is a Gujarati film actress, known for Hellaro (2019), Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story (2020) and Photograph (2019). Brinda was born and brought up in Mumbai, Maharashtra. She had worked predominantly in Gujarati film. Brinda Trivedi's previous film to hit the theatres was Photograph in the year 2019. {| class="wikitable" |+ Brinda’s Movies |- ! Year !! Movie name !! Character !! Language |- | 2018 || Mitro || Avani's Aunt || Gujarati |- | 2019 || Photograph || Saloni || Gujarati |- | 2019 || Hellaro || Kesar || Gujarati |- | 2021 || Massom sawaal (upcoming) || Example || Hindi |} {| class="wikitable" |+ Brinda's Web series |- ! Year !! Movie name !! Character !! Language |- | 2020 || Scam 1992 || Deepika Mehta || Hindi |- | 2021 || Vithhal Teedi || Vandana Tripathi || Gujarati |}
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Sue Paterson #
MurielMary: '''Sue Paterson''' {{post-nominals|country=NZL|ONZM}} (1953 - 2018) was a New Zealand theatre and festival director.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Creative New Zealand mourns the passing of Sue Paterson {{!}} Creative New Zealand|url=https://www.creativenz.govt.nz/news/creative-new-zealand-mourns-the-passing-of-sue-paterson|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.creativenz.govt.nz}}</ref> In 2017 she was named [[New Zealander of the Year Awards|Senior New Zealander of the Year]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|date=2018-07-12|title=Festival director extraordinaire Sue Paterson dies after long battle with cancer|url=https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/105440389/festival-director-extraordinaire-sue-paterson-dies-after-long-battle-with-cancer|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Stuff|language=en}}</ref> == Biography == Paterson was born in [[Wellington|Wellington, New Zealand]]. Her father was a marine engineer from [[Aberdeen|Aberdeen, Scotland]], and her mother was a hotel administrator.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2018-07-20|title=Sue Paterson: Inspiration to artists, advocate for arts|url=https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/arts/105629315/sue-paterson-inspiration-to-artists-advocate-for-arts|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Stuff|language=en}}</ref> She studied journalism at [[Wellington Polytechnic]] in the early 1970s, with [[Michael King]] and [[Christine Cole Catley]] as tutors. Her first position in the arts industry was as an administrator at the [[Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust]].<ref name=":2">{{Cite web|date=2018-07-16|title=Sue Paterson, Inspirational Arts Producer - News, Obituaries, Society|url=https://www.nzedge.com/news/sue-paterson-inspirational-arts-producer/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=NZEDGE|language=en-US}}</ref> From 1979 to 1986, Paterson was general manager of [[Limbs Dance Company]].<ref name=":2" /> From 1999 to 2006, Paterson was general manager of the [[Royal New Zealand Ballet]].<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|title=The RNZB mourns the passing of courageous leader, Sue Paterson ONZM — RNZB|url=https://rnzb.org.nz/news/the-rnzb-mourns-the-passing-of-courageous-leader-sue-paterson-onzm/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.rnzb.org.nz|language=en}}</ref> She was also marketing director of the New Zealand Festival from 1994 to 1998.<ref name=":0" /> === Recognition === In 2004, Paterson was made an officer of the [[New Zealand Order of Merit]] for services to ballet. In 2017 she was named Senior New Zealander of the Year in recognition of her 40 years of service to arts and culture.<ref name=":1" /> ==References== {{reflist}} {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Paterson, Sue}} [[Category:1953 births]] [[Category:2018 deaths]] [[Category:People from Wellington City]] [[Category:Festival directors]] [[Category:New Zealand people of Scottish descent]] [[Category:Officers of the New Zealand Order of Merit]]
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Daibagya Balbhadra Joshi #
Nirmaljoshi: added Category:Ancient astronomers using HotCat '''Daibagya Balbhadra Joshi''' (1494 AD) or poplarly known as ''Balbharda of Jumla'' was a astronomer of Nepal. He was born in [[Jumla district]]. <ref>{{Cite web| title = Incorporate Astronomy In Mainstream Education| work = GorakhaPatra| accessdate = 2021-06-14| url = https://risingnepaldaily.com/editorial/incorporate-astronomy-in-mainstream-education}}</ref>He wrote commentary of ''Bhaswati''. The original book of Bhashwati was written by Satananda in 1099 in Orissaas. The Bhashwati helped to prepare ''Panchang'' and to solve mathematical problems of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.<ref>{{Cite journal| last = Acharya| first = ER| title = Daibagya Balbhadra Joshi (1494 AD) An Academic Relation between Nepal and India With mathematics manuscript in Nepal}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book| publisher = Springer Netherlands| isbn = 978-90-481-9748-4| pages = 145–149| editor = Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, Attila Grandpierre (eds.)| last = Bhattarai| first = Suresh| title = Astronomy and Civilization in the New Enlightenment: Passions of the Skies| chapter = Impact Of Astronomy In Nepalese Civilization| location = Dordrecht| series = Analecta Husserliana| accessdate = 2021-06-14| date = 2011| url = https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9748-4_15}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{Nepal-stub}} [[Category:Ancient astronomers]]
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Grundig Team Trophy #
Derlinus: Grundig Team Trophy {{use dmy dates|date=September 2020}} {{Infobox golf tournament | name = Grundig Team Trophy | image = | caption = | location = [[Stockholm County|Stockholm]], [[Sweden]] | establishment = [[1989 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1989]] | course = [[Royal Drottningholm Golf Club]] | par = 72 | yardage = | lang = <!-- Defaults to US English. Value must be "uk" for British English --> | org = | tour = [[Swedish Golf Tour (women)|Swedish Golf Tour]] | format = 36-hole [[Four-ball golf|best ball]] | purse = SEK 80,000 | month_played = | final_year = [[1991 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1991]] | aggregate = 138 [[Pia Nilsson (golfer)|P. Nilsson]] & [[Hillewi Hagström| H. Hagström]] | to-par = –8 ''as above | final_champion = [[Viveca Hoff]] & [[Marie Wennersten-From]] }} The '''Grundig Team Trophy''' was a women's professional [[golf]] tournament on the [[Swedish Golf Tour (women)|Swedish Golf Tour]] played annually from 1989 until 1991. It was always held at [[Royal Drottningholm Golf Club]] in [[Stockholm County|Stockholm]], [[Sweden]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Svensk Golf 1/1992 |url=http://www.e-magin.se/paper/xk747p6f/paper/83#/paper/xk747p6f/83 |publisher=Swedish Golf Federation |access-date=14 June 2021 |page=83}}</ref> The 36-hole [[Four-ball golf|best ball]] tournament made its debut in 1989 and was immediately popular with the players.<ref>{{cite web |title=Svensk Golf 10/1989 |url=http://www.e-magin.se/paper/kfdj1q57/paper/82#/paper/kfdj1q57/82 |publisher=Swedish Golf Federation |access-date=14 June 2021 |page=80}}</ref> [[Pia Nilsson (golfer)|Pia Nilsson]] and [[Hillewi Hagström]] succesfully defended their title in 1990 in very wet conditions.<ref>{{cite web |title=Svensk Golf 10/1990 |url=http://www.e-magin.se/paper/5m2vqbg4/paper/87#/paper/5m2vqbg4/87 |publisher=Swedish Golf Federation |access-date=14 June 2021 |page=87}}</ref> Amateurs [[Annika Sörenstam]] and [[Maria Bertilsköld]] were runner-ups at the final tournaments, one stroke behind winners [[Marie Wennersten-From]] and [[Viveca Hoff]]. ==Winners== {|class=wikitable style="font-size:95%" !Year!!Winner!!Score!!Margin<br>of victory!!Runner(s)-up!!Prize<br>fund (SEK)!!Ref |- | [[1991 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1991]] || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Viveca Hoff]] &<br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Marie Wennersten-From]] ||align=center|139 (–7) || 1 stroke ||{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Maria Bertilsköld]] (a) &<br> {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Annika Sörenstam]] (a) ||align=right|80,000 ||<ref>{{cite web |title=Results 1991 Grundig Team Trophy |url=https://golfdata.se/tournytt/resultatlista.asp?TID=M913XXX |publisher=Golfdata |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> |- | [[1990 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1990]] || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Pia Nilsson (golfer)|Pia Nilsson]] & <br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Hillewi Hagström]] ||align=center|138 (–8) || 2 strokes || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Susann Norberg]] & <br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Victoria Norman]] ||align=right| 80,000 ||<ref>{{cite web |title=Results 1990 Grundig Team Trophy |url=https://golfdata.se/tournytt/resultatlista.asp?TID=M9010XX |publisher=Golfdata |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> |- | [[1989 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1989]] || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Pia Nilsson (golfer)|Pia Nilsson]] &<br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Hillewi Hagström]] ||align=center| 138 (–8) || 1 stroke || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Liv Wollin]] &<br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Charlotte Montgomery]] ||align=right| 80,000 ||<ref>{{cite web |title=Results 1989 Grundig Team Trophy |url=https://golfdata.se/tournytt/resultatlista.asp?TID=M893XXX |publisher=Golfdata |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> |} ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:Swedish Golf Tour (women) events]] [[Category:Golf tournaments in Sweden]] [[Category:Defunct sports competitions in Sweden]] [[Category:Recurring sporting events established in 1989]] [[Category:Recurring sporting events disestablished in 1991]]
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Date palm farming in India #
HariSinghw: [[Date palm]] farming was started in 2007 in [[India]]. In India at present Rajasthan, Maharshtra, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, Gujarat these five states have started its production.<ref name="indiatimes">{{Cite web|date=2019-07-23|title=Date Palm Farmers In Gujarat Have Come Together To Improve Their Lives And Product Quality|url=https://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/date-palm-farmers-in-gujarat-have-come-together-to-improve-their-lives-and-product-quality-371914.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=IndiaTimes|language=en-IN}}</ref> == Import == India imports 38% of world's production of Date palm.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Rajasthan Date palm|url=https://rkvy.nic.in/Uploads/SucessStory/RAJASTHAN/2018/2018123509Date%20Palm.pdf|url-status=live}}</ref> == Production == Kutch is the largest producer of date palm in India.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Date Palm Cultivation: Basic Guide for Beginners|url=https://krishijagran.com/agripedia/date-palm-cultivation-basic-guide-for-beginners/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=krishijagran.com|language=en}}</ref> == Gujarat == {{Main|Date palm farming in Gujarat}} [[Date palm]] in India occurs in the western border, especially in the [[Kutch district|Kutchh]] district of [[Gujarat]] with about 18286 ha. with a production of 171522 MT of fresh fruits. It was at initial stage in 2014. Among Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala and other states Gujarat is the top producer.<ref name="indiatimes"/> Gujarat state gives subsidy to its producers.<ref>{{Cite web|last=Jun 19|first=Himansshu Bhatt / TNN /|last2=2014|last3=Ist|first3=13:45|title=Date palm farming catching up fast in South Gujarat {{!}} Surat News - Times of India|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/surat/date-palm-farming-catching-up-fast-in-south-gujarat/articleshow/36814898.cms|access-date=2021-06-14|website=The Times of India|language=en}}</ref> == Rajasthan == {{Main|Date palm farming in Rajasthan}} [[Date palm]] farming in [[Rajasthan]] was started in 2007.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2016-11-05|title=Date Palm farming in Rajasthan|url=https://www.rajras.in/date-palm-farming-rajasthan/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=RajRAS|language=en-US}}</ref> Rajasthan grows date palm varieties like Barhee, Khuneji, Khalas, Medjool, Khadravi, Jamli and Sagai.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2018-06-22|title=Rajasthan date palm production triples in three years|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/jaipur/rajasthan-date-palm-production-triples-in-three-years/story-zrEZvUGrZd8PNL0YhMxbKL.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Hindustan Times|language=en}}</ref> India imports 38% of world's production of Date palm.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Rajasthan Date palm|url=https://rkvy.nic.in/Uploads/SucessStory/RAJASTHAN/2018/2018123509Date%20Palm.pdf|url-status=live}}</ref> Rajasthan produced nearly 800 tonnes of date palm from the first harvest in 2015-16.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Rajasthan produces 800 tonnes date palms from first harvest|url=https://www.businesstoday.in/sectors/agriculture/rajasthan-produces-800-tonnes-date-palms-from-first-harvest/story/236233.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.businesstoday.in}}</ref> == See also == * [[Atul (company)]] ==See also== *[[Agriculture in India]] ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Agriculture in India}} [[Category:Agriculture in India]]
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Maurice Marsac #
Clarityfiend: /* top */ phrasing improvement {{Infobox person | name = Maurice Marsac | image = File:Red Skelton Freddie 1959.JPG | alt = <!-- descriptive text for use by speech synthesis (text-to-speech) software --> | caption = Marsac (left) and Red Skelton on ''[[The Red Skelton Show|The Red Skelton Hour]]'' 21 December 1954 episode "The Cop and the Anthem" | birth_name = <!-- only use if different from name --> | birth_date = {{Birth date|1915|03|23}} | birth_place = [[La Croix-Valmer]], France | death_date = {{Death date and age|2007|05|06|1915|03|23}} | death_place = [[Santa Rosa, California]], United States | nationality = French | other_names = | occupation = Actor | years_active = | known_for = | notable_works = }} '''Maurice Marsac''' (23 March 1915 &ndash; 6 May 2007) was a French actor who had a long career, with over 150 appearances in American films and television.<ref name=LAT>{{cite news |url=https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2007-jun-06-me-marsac6-story.html |title=Maurice Marsac, 92; French actor often portrayed snooty waiters |last=Nelson |first=Valerie J. |date=6 June 2007 |newspaper=[[Los Angeles Times]]}}</ref> He was also a nationally ranked [[croquet]] player.<ref name=LAT/> Born in [[La Croix-Valmer]], France, he was a member of the [[French Resistance]] in [[World War II]].<ref name=LAT/> He made his (uncredited) film debut in ''[[Paris After Dark]]'' (1943); his last part was as a [[Maître d'hôtel|maitre d']] in ''[[Dragnet (1987 film)|Dragnet]]'' (1987). He was noted for portraying waiters and maitre d's.<ref name=LAT/> In addition to ''Dragnet'', he played one in the films ''[[The Razor's Edge (1946 film)|The Razor's Edge]]'' (1946, uncredited), ''[[Herbie Rides Again]]'' (1974) and ''[[The Jerk]]'' (1979), as well as episodes of ''[[I Love Lucy]]'' ("Ricky Asks for a Raise", 1952; "Paris at Last", 1956), ''[[Hazel (TV series)|Hazel]]'' (1966), ''[[Columbo]]'' ([[Columbo (season 3)|"Publish or Perish"]], 1975) , ''[[Wonder Woman (TV series)|Wonder Woman]]'' ([[List of Wonder Woman episodes#Season 2 (1977–78)|"Death in Disguise"]], 1978), ''[[Soap (TV series)|Soap]]'' (1979) and ''[[L.A. Law]]'' ([[List of L.A. Law episodes#Season 1 (1986–87)|"The Douglas Fur Ball"]], 1987), among others. He also played [[Nicodemus]] in the 1961 biblical epic ''[[King of Kings (1961 film)|King of Kings]]''. He was a member of the Beverly Croquet Club and a resident pro in Newport Beach.<ref name=LAT/> In 1986, he was among the top 25 American players in the "informal rankings".<ref>{{cite news |url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/79537606/maurice-marsac-ace-croquet-player/ |title=S.F. hosts a sport that's nasty but nice |last=Jupiter |first=Harry |date=4 May 1986 |newspaper=[[San Francisco Examiner]] |via=[[Newspapers.com]]}} {{open access}}</ref> He played in the 1994 US Croquet Open, a qualifier for the 1995 World Championships.<ref>{{cite news |url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/79537485/maurice-marsac-croquet-player-as-well/ |title=Palm Springs' Mehas sweeps 3 matches in U.S. Open croquet |date=10 November 1994 |newspaper=[[The Desert Sun]] |via=[[Newspapers.com]]}} {{open access}}</ref> Melanie, his wife of 55 years, was also a skilled croquet player. Marsac died of cardiac arrest at the age of 92, less than three weeks after the passing of his wife.<ref name=LAT/> ==Partial filmography== {{div col}} * ''[[Paris After Dark]]'' (1943) (uncredited) * ''[[To Have and Have Not]]'' (1944) (uncredited) * ''[[This Is the Life (1944 film)|This Is the Life]]'' (1944) * ''[[The Razor's Edge (1946 film)|The Razor's Edge]]'' (1946) (uncredited) * ''[[The Crime Doctor's Gamble]]'' (1947) * ''[[The Woman from Tangier]]'' (1948) * ''[[Tyrant of the Sea]]'' (1950) * ''[[The Happy Time]]'' (1952) * ''[[Against All Flags]]'' (1952) * ''[[The Caddy]]'' (1953) * ''[[How to Marry a Millionaire]]'' (1953) (uncredited) * ''[[The Black Shield of Falworth]]'' (1954) * ''[[Jump into Hell]]'' (1955) * ''[[Ride the High Iron]]'' (1956) * ''[[China Gate (1957 film)|China Gate]]'' (1957) * ''[[Lafayette Escadrille (film)|Lafayette Escadrille]]'' (1958) * ''[[Twilight for the Gods]]'' (1958) * ''[[The Black Chapel]]'' (1959) * ''[[Scent of Mystery]]'' (1960) * ''[[Armored Command]]'' (1961) * ''[[King of Kings (1961 film)|King of Kings]]'' (1961) * ''[[Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory]]'' (1961) * ''[[Come Fly with Me (film)|Come Fly with Me]]'' (1963) * ''[[Captain Sindbad]]'' (1963) * ''[[Take Her, She's Mine]]'' (1963) * ''[[What a Way to Go!]]'' (1964) * ''[[The Pleasure Seekers (1964 film)|The Pleasure Seekers]]'' (1964) * ''[[Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion]]'' (1965) * ''[[Gambit (1966 film)|Gambit]]'' (1966) * ''[[Monkeys, Go Home!]]'' (1967) * ''[[Double Trouble (1967 film)|Double Trouble]]'' (1967) * ''[[Caprice (1967 film)|Caprice]]'' (1967) * ''[[The Poseidon Adventure (1972 film)|The Poseidon Adventure]]'' (1972) (uncredited) * ''[[Herbie Rides Again]]'' (1974) * ''[[The Jerk]]'' (1979) * ''[[The Big Red One]]'' (1980) * ''[[Deal of the Century]]'' (1983) * ''[[Dragnet (1987 film)|Dragnet]]'' (1987) {{div col end}} ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Marsac, Maurice}} [[Category:1915 births]] [[Category:2007 deaths]] [[Category:French actors]] [[Category:French croquet players]]
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Dipyanone #
Meodipt: {{drugbox | drug_name = Dipyanone | image = Dipipanone-pyrrolidine_structure.png | legal_UK = | legal_DE = | C = 23 | H = 29 | N = 1 | O = 1 | IUPAC_name = 4,4-diphenyl-6-(1-pyrrolidinyl)-heptan-3-one | CAS_number = 60996-94-3 | ChemSpiderID = | PubChem = | smiles = CCC(=O)C(CC(C)N1CCCC1)(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 | StdInChI = | StdInChIKey = }} '''Dipyanone''' is an [[opioid]] [[analgesic]] which has been sold as a [[designer drug]]. It is closely related to medically used drugs such as [[methadone]], [[dipipanone]] and [[phenadoxone]], but is slightly less potent.<ref>{{Cite journal | doi = 10.1039/JR9500002158| title = 444. Search for new analgesics. Part IV. Variations in the basic side-chain of amidone| journal = Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed)| pages = 2158| year = 1950| vauthors = Ofner P, Walton E }}</ref><ref>{{cite book | vauthors = Lenz GR, Evans SM, Walters DE, Hopfinger AJ | title = Opiates | date = 1986 | pages = 406–407 | publisher = Academic Press | isbn = 978-0-12-443830-9 }}</ref> == See also == * [[Desmethylmoramide]] * [[IC-26]] * [[Nufenoxole]] * [[Pyrrolidinylthiambutene]] == References == {{reflist}} {{Opioidergics}} [[Category:Opioids]] [[Category:Pyrrolidines]] [[Category:Mu-opioid agonists]] {{analgesic-stub}} {{pharm-stub}}
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Baliakheri railway station #
Pinakpani: reference {{Short description|Railway station in Uttar Pradesh}} {{Infobox station | name = Baliakheri | native_name = | native_name_lang = | style = Indian Railways | type = [[Passenger train]] station | image = Baliakheri railway station - Station board.jpg | caption = | address = [[Baliakheri]], [[Saharanpur district]], [[Uttar Pradesh]] | country = [[India]] | coordinates = {{Coord|29.9285|N|77.63368|E|format=dms}} | elevation = {{cvt|276|m}} | owned = [[Indian Railways]] | operator = Northern Railway | line = [[Moradabad–Ambala line]] | platform = 3 | tracks = 2 | other = | ADA = | parking = | structure = Standard (on ground station) | code = {{Indian railway code | code = BAE | zone = [[Northern Railway zone]] | division = {{rwd|Moradabad}} }} | status = Active | closed = | former = [[Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway]] | opened = 1886 | rebuilt = | electrified = Yes | pass_system = | pass_year = | pass_percent = | services = {{s-rail|title=Indian Railways}} {{s-line|system=Indian Railways|previous= Sunehti Kharkhari|next= Saharanpur Junction|line=Northern Railway zone|branch= [[Moradabad–Ambala line]]|rows1=1}} | map_locator = }} '''Baliakheri railway station''' is a railway station on [[Moradabad–Ambala line]] under the [[Moradabad railway division]] of [[Northern Railway zone]]. This is situated at [[Baliakheri]] in [[Saharanpur district]] of the Indian state of [[Uttar Pradesh]].<ref>{{Cite web|title=Baliakheri Railway Station Map/Atlas NR/Northern Zone - Railway Enquiry|url=https://indiarailinfo.com/station/map/baliakheri-bae/2690|access-date=2021-06-14|website=indiarailinfo.com}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|last=TTI|title=BAE / Baliakheri Railway Station {{!}} Train Arrival / Departure Timings at Baliakheri|url=http://www.totaltraininfo.com/station/bae/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.totaltraininfo.com|language=en}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:Railway stations in Saharanpur district]] [[Category:Moradabad railway division]]
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National Integrated Health Wellness Care Network #
Girth Summit: Nominated for deletion; see :Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/National Integrated Health Wellness Care Network. <!-- Please do not remove or change this AfD message until the discussion has been closed. --> {{Article for deletion/dated|page=National Integrated Health Wellness Care Network|timestamp=20210614090943|year=2021|month=June|day=14|substed=yes|help=off}} <!-- Once discussion is closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=National Integrated Health Wellness Care Network|date=14 June 2021|result='''keep'''}} --> <!-- End of AfD message, feel free to edit beyond this point --> '''NIHWN''' <ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=[[Times of India]]|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/nihwn-introduces-sanjeevan-an-innovative-covid-19-self-evaluation-assessment-platform/articleshow/74831410.cms}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=Sanjeevan: HealthTech AI Engine by NIHWN|url=http://www.uniindia.com/sanjeevan-healthtech-ai-engine-by-nihwn/newsvoir/news/1930498.html|url-status=live}}</ref>(''National Integrated Healthcare Wellness Network'') is a Health & Wellness Organisation Location in Hyderabad, India and Founded by [[Kotii Reddy|Dr. Kotii Reddy Saripalli]] in the year 2014.<ref>{{Cite web|title=NIHWN - Aboutus|url=https://www.nihwn.co/aboutus|url-status=live}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=Sanjeevan: HealthTech AI Engine by NIHWN|url=https://startupsuccessstories.in/sanjeevan-healthtech-ai-engine-by-nihwn/|url-status=live}}</ref>{{Infobox organization | name = National Integrated Health Wellness Care Network | image = | caption = | founder = [[Dr. Kotii Reddy Saripalli]] | dissolved = | type = Health & Wellness Organization | registration_id = | location = Hyderabad<br />India | origins = India | area_served = Hyderabad | owner = | revenue = | endowment = | footnotes = | num_employees = | num_members = | subsid = | num_volunteers = | former name = | homepage = {{url|https://www.nihwn.co/}} | webpage = | founded_date = 2014 }} == Introduction == NIHWN – National Integrated Health Wellness Care Network is a realtime health & wellness care platform founded by kotii group<ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=Bloom Berg|url=https://www.bloomberg.com/press-releases/2020-03-26/nihwn-introduces-sanjeevan-an-innovative-covid-19-self-evaluation-assessment-platform}}</ref>.<ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=[[Yahoo News]]|url=https://in.news.yahoo.com/nihwn-introduces-sanjeevan-innovative-covid-124530888.html}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=India Herald|url=https://www.indiaherald.com/POLITICS/Read/479205/NIHWN-Introduces-Sanjeevan-an-Innovative-COVID-19-Self-Evaluation-Assessment-Platform/}}</ref> == Campaigns == NIHWN created Sanjeevan HealthTech AI Engine which is Self Evaluation Assessment Platform to Identify At-Risk Patients of COVID-19 for all Indians.<ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=Today24|url=https://today24.pro/238709680/}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=[[Daily Excelsior]]|url=https://epaper.dailyexcelsior.com/epaperpdf/2020/mar/20mar27/page12.pdf}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=[[Business Standard]]|url=https://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/nihwn-introduces-sanjeevan-an-innovative-covid-19-self-evaluation-assessment-platform-120032601186_1.html}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news|title=In Brief: Swiggy to deliver groceries in 150 cities; QTalk secures $1.6 mn from Accel, Lightspeed|work=Tech Circle|url=https://www.techcircle.in/2020/03/27/in-brief-swiggy-to-deliver-groceries-in-150-cities-qtalk-secures-1-6-mn-from-accel-lightspeed}}</ref> == External links == * [https://www.nihwn.co/ NIHWN Official Website] * [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD0_e5SCEXTO_430KkkhcPg NIHWN Official Youtube Channel] == Reference == [[Category:Child development organizations]] [[Category:Charitable trusts]] [[Category:Public health]] <references />
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Terellia vilis #
Simuliid: {{short description|A species of fly}} {{speciesbox | image = | image_caption = | genus = Terellia | species = vilis | authority = ([[Erich Martin Hering|Hering]], 1961)<ref name="Hering1961">{{cite journal |last1=Hering |first1=E.M. |title=Ergebnisse der Deutschen Afghanistan-Expedition 1956 der Landessammlungen fur Naturkunde Karlsruhe, Trypetidae (Diptera) (56. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Trypetidae) |journal=Beitr. Naturkd. Forsch. Sudwestdtschl. |date=1961 |volume=19 |pages=319–331}}</ref> | display_parents = 3 | synonyms = *''Galada vilis'' <small>[[Erich Martin Hering|Hering]], 1961</small><ref name="Hering1961"/> }} '''''Terellia vilis''''' is a species of tephritid or fruit flies in the genus ''[[Terellia]]'' of the family [[Tephritidae]].<ref name="Norrbom1999">{{cite journal |last1=Norrbom |first1=A.L. |last2=Carroll |first2=L.E. |last3=Thompson |first3=F.C. |last4=White |first4=I.M |last5=Freidberg |first5=A. |title=Systematic Database of Names. Pp. 65-252. In Thompson, F. C. (ed.), Fruit Fly Expert Identification System and Systematic Information Database. |journal=Myia |date=1999 |volume=9 |pages=vii + 524}}</ref> ==Distribution== [[Tajikistan]], [[Afghanistan]]. ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:Tephritinae]] [[Category:Insects described in 1961]] [[Category:Diptera of Asia]] {{tephritinae-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terellia_vilis

Sinazeze #
Spokane Ball yt: created article "Sinazeze" Sinazeze is a small town located in the [[Southern Province, Zambia|Southern Province]] of [[Zambia]].<ref>{{Cite book|last=Zambia.|url=http://worldcat.org/oclc/183438636|title=Zambia.|date=1966-1967|publisher=Zambia Information Services|oclc=183438636}}</ref> Sinazeze is about 17 km (11 miles) away from [[Sinazongwe]]. Sinazeze's closest hotels are;<ref>{{Cite book|last=Raoul.|first=Schrott,|url=http://worldcat.org/oclc/51195951|title=Hotels|date=1998|publisher=Deutscher Taschenbuch|isbn=3-423-12585-3|oclc=51195951}}</ref> * [[Protea Hotel]] [[Zambezi river|Zambezi River]] (in [[Katima Mulilo]], distanced approximately 330 km) * [[Nkasa Lupala tented Lodge]] (distanced approximately 420 km) * [[Namushasha Country Lodge]] (in [[Kongola]], distanced approximately 450 km) * [[Ndhovu Safari Lodge]] (in [[Mahango]], distanced approximately 620 km) * [[Tsumkwe Country Lodge]] (in [[Tsumkwe]], distanced approximately 780 km) * [[Ohange Namibia Lodge]] (in [[Otavi]], distanced approximately 1 100 km) == References == <references />
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinazeze

1997 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election #
Nitesh003: + 4 categories using HotCat {{Infobox election | election_name = 1997 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election | image2 = File:INC Logo.png | seats_for_election = All 227 seats in BMC | title = MCD majority | after_election = [[Shiv Sena|SHS]] | posttitle = BMC majority after election | seats3 = 26 | seats2 = 48 | seats1 = 103 | image3 = File:Bharatiya Janata Party logo.svg | image1 = File:Logo of Shiv Sena.svg | type = parliamentary | party3 = Bharatiya Janata Party | party2 = Indian National Congress | party1 = Shiv Sena | next_year = 2002 | next_election = 2002 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election | country = India | election_date = 15 March 1997 | ongoing = No | majority_seats = 114 }}The '''1997 BMC election''' was held on 15 March 1997.<ref>{{Cite web|last=March 15|first=Smruti Koppikar|last2=March 15|first2=1997 ISSUE DATE:|last3=April 25|first3=1997UPDATED:|last4=Ist|first4=2013 15:24|title=Maharashtra: BJP sweep in corporation polls signals Congress' continued slide|url=https://www.indiatoday.in/magazine/states/story/19970315-maharashtra-bjp-sweep-in-corporation-polls-signals-congress-continued-slide-831233-1997-03-15|access-date=2021-06-14|website=India Today|language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=BMC Election Results (1997-2012) - Infogram|url=https://infogram.com/bmc-election-results-1997-2012-1g57prdjne5l201|access-date=2021-06-14|website=infogram.com|language=en}}</ref> == Election results == [[Shiv Sena]], [[Indian National Congress]] and [[Bharatiya Janata Party|Bhartiya Janta Party]] are the major political parties in this election. {| class="wikitable" !Party !Seats |- |[[Shiv Sena]] |103 |- |[[Indian National Congress]] |48 |- |[[Bharatiya Janata Party]] |26 |- |} == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Local elections in Maharashtra]] [[Category:Elections in Maharashtra]] [[Category:Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation]] [[Category:Municipal corporation elections in India]]
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Washington Pakamisa #
RussBot: Bot: Change redirected category CAPS United F.C. players to CAPS United players {{short description|Zimbabwean footballer}} {{Infobox football biography | name = Washington Pakamisa | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1984|10|15|df=yes}} | birth_place= [[Harare]], Zimbabwe | height = 1.75 m | position = striker | currentclub= [[Mutare City Rovers F.C.|Mutare City Rovers]] | clubnumber = | years1 = 2004–2008 | clubs1 = [[CAPS United F.C.|CAPS United]] | years2 = 2009 | clubs2 = [[Gunners F.C.|Gunners]] | years3 = 2010 | clubs3 = [[Kiglon Bird FC|Kiglon Bird]] | years4 = 2011–2012 | clubs4 = [[CAPS United F.C.|CAPS United]] | years5 = 2013–2014 | clubs5 = [[Dynamos F.C.|Dynamos]] | years6 = 2015 | clubs6 = [[Liga Desportiva de Maputo]] | years7 = 2016–2017 | clubs7 = [[Ngezi Platinum F.C.|Ngezi Platinum]] | years8 = 2018– | clubs8 = [[Mutare City Rovers F.C.|Mutare City Rovers]] | nationalyears1= 2007 | nationalteam1 = [[Zimbabwe national football team|Zimbabwe]] | nationalcaps1 = 3 | nationalgoals1= 0 | pcupdate = 13 July 2020 | ntupdate = 13 June 2021 }} '''Washington Pakamisa''' (born 15 October 1984) is a Zimbabwean [[football striker]] who plays for [[Mutare City Rovers F.C.|Mutare City Rovers]].<ref>{{NFT player|22289}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Pakamisa, Washington}} [[Category:1984 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Zimbabwean footballers]] [[Category:Zimbabwe international footballers]] [[Category:CAPS United players]] [[Category:Gunners F.C. players]] [[Category:Kiglon F.C. players]] [[Category:Dynamos F.C. players]] [[Category:Liga Desportiva de Maputo players]] [[Category:Ngezi Platinum F.C. players]] [[Category:Association football forwards]] [[Category:Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League players]] [[Category:Zimbabwean expatriate footballers]] [[Category:Expatriate footballers in Mozambique]] [[Category:Zimbabwean expatriate sportspeople in Mozambique]] {{Zimbabwe-footy-bio-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington_Pakamisa

Terellia armeniaca #
Simuliid: ←Created page with '{{short description|A species of fly}} {{speciesbox | image = | image_caption = | genus = Terellia | species = armeniaca | authority = (Korneyev, 1985)<ref nam...' {{short description|A species of fly}} {{speciesbox | image = | image_caption = | genus = Terellia | species = armeniaca | authority = (Korneyev, 1985)<ref name="Korneyev1985">{{cite journal|last1=Korneyev|first1=V. A.|title=Fruit flies of the tribe Terelliini Hendel, 1927 (Diptera, Tephritidae) of the fauna of the USSR|journal=Entomol. Obozr.|date=1985|volume=64|pages=626–644}}</ref> | display_parents = 3 | synonyms = *''Cerajocera armeniaca'' <small>Korneyev, 1985</small><ref name="Korneyev1985"/> }} '''''Terellia armeniaca''''' is a species of tephritid or fruit flies in the genus ''[[Terellia]]'' of the family [[Tephritidae]].<ref name="Norrbom1999">{{cite journal |last1=Norrbom |first1=A.L. |last2=Carroll |first2=L.E. |last3=Thompson |first3=F.C. |last4=White |first4=I.M |last5=Freidberg |first5=A. |title=Systematic Database of Names. Pp. 65-252. In Thompson, F. C. (ed.), Fruit Fly Expert Identification System and Systematic Information Database. |journal=Myia |date=1999 |volume=9 |pages=vii + 524}}</ref> ==Distribution== [[Armenia]]. ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:Tephritinae]] [[Category:Insects described in 1985]] [[Category:Diptera of Europe]] {{tephritinae-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terellia_armeniaca

David Massamba #
Geschichte: Gabonese footballer {{short description|Gabonese footballer}} {{Infobox football biography | name = David Massamba | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1992|6|4|df=yes}} | birth_place= [[Kinshasa]], [[Zaïre]] | height = 1.75 m | position = midfielder | currentclub= [[CS Hammam-Lif]] | clubnumber = | years1 = 2012–2014 | clubs1 = [[US Bitam]] | years2 = 2015–2018 | clubs2 = [[CF Mounana]] | years3 = 2018– | clubs3 = [[CS Hammam-Lif]] | caps3 = 28 | goals3 = 1 | nationalyears1= 2015 | nationalteam1 = [[Gabon national football team|Gabon]] | nationalcaps1 = 4 | nationalgoals1= 0 | pcupdate = 13 July 2020 | ntupdate = 13 June 2021 }} '''David Massamba''' (born 4 June 1992) is a Gabonese [[football midfielder]] who plays for [[CS Hammam-Lif]].<ref>{{NFT player|60485}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Massamba, David}} [[Category:1992 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Gabonese footballers]] [[Category:Gabon international footballers]] [[Category:US Bitam players]] [[Category:CF Mounana players]] [[Category:CS Hammam-Lif players]] [[Category:Association football midfielders]] [[Category:Gabonese expatriate footballers]] [[Category:Expatriate footballers in Tunisia]] [[Category:Gabonese expatriate sportspeople in Tunisia]] [[Category:Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 players]] {{Gabon-footy-bio-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Massamba

Date palm farming in Gujarat #
HariSinghw: [[Date palm]] in India occurs in the western border, especially in the [[Kutch district|Kutchh]] district of [[Gujarat]] with about 18286 ha. with a production of 171522 MT of fresh fruits. It was at initial stage in 2014. Among Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala and other states Gujarat is the top producer.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2019-07-23|title=Date Palm Farmers In Gujarat Have Come Together To Improve Their Lives And Product Quality|url=https://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/date-palm-farmers-in-gujarat-have-come-together-to-improve-their-lives-and-product-quality-371914.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=IndiaTimes|language=en-IN}}</ref> Gujarat state gives subsidy to its producers.<ref>{{Cite web|last=Jun 19|first=Himansshu Bhatt / TNN /|last2=2014|last3=Ist|first3=13:45|title=Date palm farming catching up fast in South Gujarat {{!}} Surat News - Times of India|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/surat/date-palm-farming-catching-up-fast-in-south-gujarat/articleshow/36814898.cms|access-date=2021-06-14|website=The Times of India|language=en}}</ref> == See also == * [[Date palm farming in Rajasthan]] * [[Date palm farming in Maharashtra]] * [[Date palm farming in Punjab]] * [[Date palm farming in Tamil Nadu]] ==See also== *[[Agriculture in India]] ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Agriculture in India}} [[Category:Agriculture in India]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_palm_farming_in_Gujarat

Nicholas Lechmere (priest) #
JJMC89 bot: Add {{drafts moved from mainspace}} '''Nicholas Lechmere''' ; d [[Winchester]] 11 July 1759) was an [[England|English]] [[priest]] in the 18th century.<ref>[https://theclergydatabase.org.uk/jsp/search/index.jsp CCEd</ref> Lechmere was born in [[London]] on 17 March 1719; and educated at [[Wadham College, Oxford]]. <ref name="Foster">{{alox2|title= Lechmere, Nicholas}}</ref> He was [[Archdeacon of Bournemouth|Archdeacon of Winchester]] from 1749 until his resignation a year later.<ref>{{Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae |last=Horn |first=Joyce M. |period=1541–1857|volume=3|pages=86–87}}</ref> ==Notes== {{reflist}} {{Subject bar |portal1= Biography |portal2= Christianity|portal3= History|portal4=England}} {{Archdeacons of Winchester (ancient)}} {{Hampshire}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Lechmere, Nicholas}} [[Category:1719 births]] [[Category:People from London]] [[Category:Year of death missing]] [[Category:Archdeacons of Winchester (ancient)]] [[Category:Alumni of Wadham College, Oxford]] {{England-Anglican-clergy-stub}} {{Drafts moved from mainspace|date=June 2021}}
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2021–22 in Polish football #
Joseywales1961: Added tags to the page using Page Curation (one source) {{one source|date=June 2021}} {{Infobox football country season | country = Poland | season = 2021–22 | division1 = [[2021–22 Ekstraklasa|Ekstraklasa]] | champions1 = | division2 = [[2021–22 I liga|I liga]] | champions2 = | division3 = [[2021–22 II liga|II liga]] | champions3 = | domestic = [[2021–22 Polish Cup|Polish Cup]] | dchampions = | supercup = [[2021 Polish SuperCup|Polish SuperCup]] | schampions = | prevseason = 2020–21 | nextseason = 2022–23 | flagicon = no }} {| class="infobox football" style="width: 19em; text-align: center;" |- ! colspan=3 style="font-size: 16px;" |2021–22 in Polish football |- | colspan=3 style="font-size: 12px; background: #BFD7FF;" | '''Teams in Europe''' |- | colspan=3 style="font-size: 12px;" | [[Legia Warsaw]]<br />[[Raków Częstochowa]]<br />[[Pogoń Szczecin]]<br />[[Śląsk Wrocław]] |- | colspan=3 style="font-size: 12px; background: #BFD7FF;" | '''Poland national team''' |- | colspan=3 style="font-size: 12px;" | [[2022 FIFA World Cup qualification]] |} The '''2021–22 season''' will be the 97th season of competitive [[football in Poland]]. ==Men's football== ===League competitions=== ====Ekstraklasa==== {{main|2021–22 Ekstraklasa}} {{:2021–22 Ekstraklasa|transcludesection=League table}} ====I liga==== {{main|2021–22 I liga}} ====II liga==== {{main|2021–22 II liga}} ====III liga==== {{main|2021–22 III liga}} ===Cup competitions=== ====Polish Cup==== {{main|2021–22 Polish Cup}} ==UEFA competitions== ===UEFA Champions League=== {{Main|2021–22 UEFA Champions League}} ===UEFA Europa Conference League=== {{Main|UEFA Europa Conference League}} == National team == === Poland national football team === {{main|Poland national football team}} ==== Friendlies ==== ====2022 FIFA World Cup qualification==== =====Group B===== {{main|2022 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group I}} {{2022 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA group tables|Group I|show_matches=yes|only_pld_pts=no_hide_class_rules}} ==Notes== {{notelist-ua}} {{Reflist|group=note}} ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Polish football seasons|2021}} {{2021–22 in Polish football}} {{2021–22 in European football (UEFA)}} {{2021–22 in European women's football (UEFA)}} {{DEFAULTSORT:2021-22 in Polish football}} [[Category:2021–22 in Polish football| ]] [[Category:2021 in Polish sport|Football]] [[Category:2022 in Polish sport|Football]] [[Category:2021 in association football|Poland]] [[Category:2022 in association football|Poland]]
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Aly Badara Soumah #
Geschichte: Guinean footballer {{short description|Guinean footballer}} {{Infobox football biography | name = Aly Badara Soumah | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1990|1|24|df=yes}} | birth_place= [[Conakry]], Guinea | height = 1.80 m | position = midfielder | currentclub= | clubnumber = | years1 = 2010–2012 | clubs1 = [[Horoya AC]] | years2 = 2013 | clubs2 = [[Satellite FC]] | years3 = 2013–2016 | clubs3 = [[Horoya AC]] | years4 = 2016–2017 | clubs4 = [[Hafia FC]] | nationalyears1= 2011–2013 | nationalteam1 = [[Guinea national football team|Guinea]] | nationalcaps1 = 3 | nationalgoals1= 0 | pcupdate = 13 June 2021 | ntupdate = 13 June 2021 }} '''Aly Badara Soumah''' (born 24 January 1990) is a retired Guinean [[football midfielder]].<ref>{{NFT player|45039}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Soumah, Aly Badara}} [[Category:1990 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Guinean footballers]] [[Category:Guinea international footballers]] [[Category:Horoya AC players]] [[Category:Satellite FC players]] [[Category:Hafia FC players]] [[Category:Association football midfielders]] {{Guinea-footy-bio-stub}}
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Sabotsy Namehana #
Tonton Bernardo: img {{Infobox settlement <!--See the Table at Infobox Settlement for all fields and descriptions of usage--> <!-- Basic info ----------------> |official_name = Sabotsy Namehana |other_name = |native_name = <!-- for cities whose native name is not in English --> |nickname = |settlement_type = <!--For Town or Village (Leave blank for the default City)--> |motto = <!-- images and maps -----------> |image_skyline = Main road Sabotsy Namehana.JPG |imagesize = 200px |image_caption = Main road Sabotsy Namehana |image_flag = |flag_size = |image_seal = |seal_size = |image_shield = |shield_size = |image_blank_emblem = |blank_emblem_type = |blank_emblem_size = |image_map = |mapsize = |map_caption = |image_map1 = |mapsize1 = |map_caption1 = |pushpin_map = Madagascar<!-- the name of a location map as per http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Location_map --> |pushpin_label_position =bottom |pushpin_map_caption =Location in Madagascar |pushpin_mapsize =180 <!-- Location ------------------> |subdivision_type = Country |subdivision_name = {{MAD}} |subdivision_type1 = [[Regions of Madagascar|Region]] |subdivision_name1 = [[Analamanga]] |subdivision_type2 = [[Districts of Madagascar|District]] |subdivision_name2 = [[Antananarivo-Avaradrano (district)|Antananarivo Avaradrano]] |subdivision_type3 = |subdivision_name3 = <!-- Politics -----------------> |government_footnotes = |government_type = |leader_title = Mayor |leader_name = Mary Thomasson Andriamosa Avotraina |leader_title1 = <!-- for places with, say, both a mayor and a city manager --> |leader_name1 = |leader_title2 = |leader_name2 = |leader_title3 = |leader_name3 = |leader_title4 = |leader_name4 = |established_title = <!-- Settled --> |established_date = |established_title2 = <!-- Incorporated (town) --> |established_date2 = |established_title3 = <!-- Incorporated (city) --> |established_date3 = <!-- Area ---------------------> |area_magnitude = |unit_pref = <!--Enter: Imperial, if Imperial (metric) is desired--> |area_footnotes = |area_total_km2 = <!-- ALL fields dealing with a measurements are subject to automatic unit conversion--> |area_land_km2 = 17 <!--See table @ Template:Infobox Settlement for details on automatic unit conversion--> |area_water_km2 = |area_total_sq_mi = |area_land_sq_mi = |area_water_sq_mi = |area_water_percent = |area_urban_km2 = |area_urban_sq_mi = |area_metro_km2 = |area_metro_sq_mi = |area_blank1_title = |area_blank1_km2 = |area_blank1_sq_mi = <!-- Population -----------------------> |population_as_of = 2018 |population_footnotes = |population_total = 57,363 |population_note = |population_density_km2 = |population_density_sq_mi = |population_metro = |population_density_metro_km2 = |population_density_metro_sq_mi = |population_urban = |population_density_urban_km2 = |population_density_urban_sq_mi = |population_blank1_title =Ethnicities |population_blank1 = |population_blank2_title =Religions |population_blank2 = |population_density_blank1_km2 = |population_density_blank1_sq_mi= <!-- General information ---------------> |timezone = [[East Africa Time|EAT]] |utc_offset = 3 |timezone_DST = |utc_offset_DST = |coordinates = {{coord|18|50|S|47|33|E|region:MG|display=inline}} |elevation_footnotes= |elevation_m = 1349 |elevation_ft = <!-- Area/postal codes & others --------> |postal_code_type = postal code <!-- enter ZIP code, Postcode, Post code, Postal code... --> |postal_code = 103 |area_code = |blank_name = |blank_info = |blank1_name = |blank1_info = |website = |footnotes = }} '''Sabotsy Namehana''' is a rural commune in [[Analamanga]] Region, in the [[Central Highlands (Madagascar) | Central Highlands]] of [[Madagascar]]. It belongs to the district of [[Antananarivo-Avaradrano (district)|Antananarivo Avaradrano]] and its populations numbers to 57,363 in 2018. It is located in the North of [[Antananarivo]] along the [[Route nationale 3 (Madagascar)|National Road 3]]. ==Economy== The economy is based on agriculture. Rice, [[corn]], peanuts, [[beans]], [[manioc]] are the main crops. ==Personalities== *[[Hery Rajaonarimampianina]] (* 1958), politician ==References== {{reflist}} *[https://sabotsy-namehana.com/ Commune Sabotsy Namehana] *[http://i-tantsoroka.mg/dossier/communemonographie/monographie-sabotsy-namehana.pdf Monographie de la Commune] ==External links== {{Analamanga Region}} [[de:Sabotsy Namehana]] [[Category:Populated places in Analamanga]] {{Analamanga-geo-stub}}
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Laki Senanayake #
Dan arndt: {{More citations needed|date=June 2021}} '''Laki Senanayake''' (18 December 1937 - 30 May 2021) was a [[Sri Lanka]]n sculptor and painter. ==Early life and education== Born in 1931, the son of Reginald S. Vincent and [[Florence Senanayake]], he was the second of six children. His father, a [[planter]] by profession, was a Marxist and a founding member of the [[Lanka Sama Samaja Party]] (LSSP), serving as its treasurer from 1935 to 1939. During [[world war two]], his father went into hiding and was later arrested and detained by the British colonial administration due to the anti war position espoused by the LSSP. Released after the war, Senanayake's father died in 1946. His mother took on her husband's political activities and was elected as the first female [[Member of Parliament (Sri Lanka)|member of parliament]] in 1947.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.marxists.org/glossary/people/s/e.htm|work=Encyclopedia of Marxism|title=Glossary of People|publisher=Marxists Internet Archive|author=Ervin, Charles Wesley|access-date=9 August 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=https://elections.gov.lk/web/wp-content/uploads/election-results/parliamentary-elections/general-election-1947.pdf |title=Result of Parliamentary General Election 1947 |publisher=Department of Elections, Sri Lanka |access-date=14 June 2021 }}</ref> Senanayake grew up in rural countryside due to the war and political activities of his parents. He received his secondary education at [[Royal College, Colombo]], where he won the annual art competition.<ref name="ST1">{{cite news |last1=Raheem |first1=Ismeth |title=Laki as I knew him |url=http://www.sundaytimes.lk/210606/plus/laki-as-i-knew-him-445889.html |access-date=14 June 2021 |publisher=Sunday Times}}</ref> ==Career== Following his schooling, Senanayake found work as an assistant in an architect’s office, however he was soon sacked for organising his co-workers to form a trade union.{{cn|date=June 2021}} He was then employed by [[Geoffrey Bawa]] as a draughtsman, having noticed his talents. He soon developed close relationship with artists such as [[Bevis Bawa]], [[Donald Friend]], [[Ulrik Plesner]], [[Barefoot (retailer)|Barbara Sansoni]] and [[Ena de Silva]] who had a close relationship with Bawa. By the 1970s Senanayake had established himself as an independent artist.<ref name="ST1"/> ==Personal life== He married Ranjini Perera in 1962. They had a daughter, Mintaka before they separated, and Ranjini migrated to the [[United States]]. Senanayake died on 30 May 2021 on his estate, Diyabubula, in [[Dambulla]], at the age of 84. ==External links == * [https://lakisenanayake.com/ Laki Senanayake website] == References == {{Reflist}} {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Senanayake, Laki }} [[Category:1937 births]] [[Category:2021 deaths]] [[Category:Alumni of Royal College, Colombo]] [[Category:Sinhalese artists]] [[Category:People of British Ceylon]] [[Category:Sri Lankan Buddhists]] [[Category:20th-century Sri Lankan painters]] [[Category:21st-century Sri Lankan painters]] [[Category:Buddhist artists]]
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Patricia Sohn #
Zackyles: ←Created page with ''''Patricia Sohn''', Ph.D., also published as Patricia Woods, is professor of political science and Jewish studies at University of Florida.<ref>{{cite web |...' '''Patricia Sohn''', Ph.D., also published as Patricia Woods, is professor of political science and Jewish studies at [[University of Florida]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Patricia J. Sohn {{!}} Department of Political Science |url=https://people.clas.ufl.edu/pjsohn/ |website=Ufl.edu}}</ref> ==Books== *Sohn, Patricia (2021-01-17). SONGS FOR SHAMASH: Poems and Songs for the Sun. *Sohn, Patricia (2019-11-02). Kabul: Stories, Fairy Tales, & Parables for Generation X. *Sohn, Patricia. Karim: A Novella. *Woods, Patricia J. (2017-02-21). Judicial Power and National Politics, Second Edition: Courts and Gender in the Religious-Secular Conflict in Israel (2nd ed.). SUNY Press.<ref>{{cite journal |last1=Rubin |first1=Aviad |title=Book Review: Woods, P. (2008). Judicial Power and National Politics: Courts and Gender in the Religious-Secular Conflict in Israel. Albany: State University of New York Press |journal=Comparative Political Studies |date=2009-08-01 |volume=42 |issue=8 |pages=1131–1134 |doi=10.1177/0010414009334653 |url=https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0010414009334653?journalCode=cpsa |language=en |issn=0010-4140}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |last1=Bellin |first1=Eva |title=Patricia Woods, Judicial Power and National Politics: Courts and Gender in the Religious–Secular Conflict in Israel (Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 2008). Pp. 270. 24.95 paper. |journal=International Journal of Middle East Studies |date=2010/02 |volume=42 |issue=1 |pages=158–160 |doi=10.1017/S0020743809990675 |url=https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/international-journal-of-middle-east-studies/article/abs/patricia-woods-judicial-power-and-national-politics-courts-and-gender-in-the-religioussecular-conflict-in-israel-albany-ny-state-university-of-new-york-press-2008-pp-270-7500-cloth-2495-paper/3FEE7BF536F1FDE2278EB927130E0698 |language=en |issn=1471-6380}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |last1=Cavari |first1=Amnon |title=Patricia J. Woods, Judicial Power and National Politics: Courts and Gender in the Religious-Secular Conflict in Israel |journal=Israel Studies Forum |date=2010-09-22 |volume=25 |issue=2 |pages=140–142 |url=https://go.gale.com/ps/anonymous?id=GALE%7CA249136583&sid=googleScholar&v=2.1&it=r&linkaccess=abs&issn=15572455&p=AONE&sw=w |language=English}}</ref> *Sohn, Patricia (2014-12-31). Le Lotus Café: Une Histoire de Dean et Fara à Londres The Lotus Cafe: A story of Dean and Fara in London: Une pièce en Français et en Anglais A Play in French and English (in French). == References == <!-- Inline citations added to your article will automatically display here. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:REFB for instructions on how to add citations. --> {{reflist}} [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:University of Florida faculty]]
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